Quantum Break and Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment has announced it has two titles in the works - neither of which is an Alan Wake game.
Remedy has two titles in the works and neither are Alan Wake
The studio has expanded to form two teams, one of which is working on an "early concept" which will be turned into another Remedy game "sometime in the future."
"For a while now already, we’ve been developing a brand new Remedy game with a new partner," wrote the firm's head of communications Thomas Puha.
"We can’t wait to show and tell your more about these new projects, but if there’s anything we’ve learned from the past, it’s that we should have the patience to announce games when they’re ready enough. We’re very thrilled about the AAA games we have in the works and where we are as a studio right now."
Puha went to say not to expect Remedy to take the stage at E3 or gamescom this year, and while the new titles aren't set in the Alan Wake universe, he hasn't been forgotten.
"We feel that it’s important to set the expectations right and let you, the fans, know that neither of the two projects currently in development is an Alan Wake game," he said.
"We’re working on something else, but at the same time we’re exploring opportunities in other mediums to tell more Alan Wake stories."
The developer has stated more than once it would return to the Alan Wake IP when the time is right.
In the meantime, Remedy said it will continue to support Quantum Break, which became the “biggest-selling new Microsoft Studios published IP this generation”.
Back in April, it was revealed that one of the studio's projects was at least nine months into development. The information was obtained from the Linked-In resume of Quantum Break lead designer Kyle Rowley.