Nordic Games has won a publishing deal for Remedy Entertainment’s critically acclaimed Alan Wake.
The company will bring the boxed PC version of the title to UK retail this March, which has been tweaked and redeveloped specifically for the platform. The PC SKU will include both DLC episodes – The Signal and The Writer – plus a 3D mode and multi-screen support.
Alan Wake was originally published by Microsoft on Xbox 360 in 2010. A digital version of the PC release will be self-published by Remedy over Steam.
“It goes without saying that we are very happy and proud to work together with some of the greatest talents and artists of the games industry,” said 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, rather than a mere porting of the code."
Remedy Entertainment CEO Matias Myllyrinne added: “We’re very excited that we have the opportunity to bring the PC version of Alan Wake to retail and the fans out there. Working closely with Nordic, we can deliver an amazing experience to PC gamers.”
Remedy is working on a follow-up, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, which will be released as a digital-only game via Xbox Live Arcade on February 22nd.