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Nordic Games to publish Alan Wake PC at retail

Thursday, 26th January 2012 10:26 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Nordic Games has announced this morning it’ll publish the PC version of Alan Wake at retail.

A more specific release date is expected “in the next few days.”

“We’re very excited that we have the opportunity to bring the PC version of Alan Wake to retail and the fans out there,” said Remedy boss Matias Myllyrinne. “Working closely with Nordic Games we can deliver an amazing experience to PC gamers.”

Added Nordic Games CEO Lars Wingefors: “We are really looking forward to the PC version of Alan Wake, especially as we are talking about a fantastic PC adaptation thereof, rather than a mere porting of the code. We will talk about this in more detail in the upcoming weeks.”

The PC version will come with 3D and multi-screen support, as well as the inclusion of XBL DLC The Signal and The Writer.

The digital download of the thriller, which launched in May 2010 for Xbox 360, will release on Steam next month via self-publication from Remedy.

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  1. Maximum Payne

    I think there is really no excuse now not to buy game who ever wanted 2 years ago…

    #1 3 years ago
  2. loki

    #1 Really no excuse to stupid

    Nordic Games? Who is that? Epic fail. Remedy your idiots and bankruptcy is coming for you

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Butcher8

    /\ Neither of you made any sense, seriously.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. Maximum Payne

    @3 Well I pointed like everyone is bitching all the time they want retail,the don’t want GFWL,they want to optimize,there are both dlc included…. Now everything is there so really no reason for bitching about the game

    #4 3 years ago
  5. NiceFellow

    Got it on 360 (reluctantly). Was okay. Might get it cheap on Steam at some point now that I’ve played it already on a platform I didn’t want to.

    Yet another example of a game that blew its promise by getting caught up in the console war exclusive third party content nonsense.

    #5 3 years ago