Update: It’s been brought to our attention that the Remedy Alerts Twitter feed is actually operated by brightfalls.net, an Alan Wake community site. Might as well sign the petition anyway, though. You never know what might happen.
Even though Remedy has placed Alan Wake’s future on the PC in Microsoft’s hands, the developer isn’t trying to brush off fans who want A. Wake on their P. Computers.
Case in point: the developer recently used its Twitter feed to highlight a pro-PC Alan Wake petition.
“Fansite Alan-Wake.de have started up an unofficial petition to bring Alan Wake to the PC. Check it out here: http://bit.ly/3dgFGb,” reads the tweet.
Want Alan Wake on the PC? Able to write your name? Then this seems like a no-brainer. Who says Internet petitions can’t make a difference?