Combined treatment Third quarter fiscal year 2023 reviewAllowing you to learn more about the progress of their current projects. After the recent release of Alan Wake 2, players are waiting to hear more about the Control projects and Max Payne remake.
News about Control 2 and the new versions of Max Payne 1 and 2
Thus, we know that Control 2 is not close to release, since the continuation of the license that began in 2019 is still in the “concept validation phase.” Over the next few quarters, the studio will focus on validating the core elements, then strengthening the development team.
Control 2 is still in the proof-of-concept stage. The plans for this sequel are ambitious and we have seen significant progress in both game design and construction. We will continue in this phase over the coming quarters. We focus on validating the key elements identified before moving on to the next step and strengthening the team.
The production on the Max Payne 1 and 2 remakes appears to be more advanced. At least that’s what we can conclude since the games entered the pre-production phase. The team is “very well organised,” says Therapy.
The Max Payne 1&2 remake has entered production prep. The tone and scope of the game are clarified and the team working on it is very well organised. With these achievements, we are very excited about the project and its future success.
Announced in April 2022 and developed using Remedy’s Northlight engine, the studio considers these expected new releases on Xbox Series We hope that this agreement with Rockstar will allow us to relive great memories in the best way possible!
Treatment of other projects
Although the two projects mentioned above monopolize the attention given to the studio, we must not forget the other upcoming games. And so Remedy provided some news about Condor, the multiplayer spin-off of Control in partnership with 505 Games. The developer hopes to create an experience that will engage players for years. Just like the new Max Payne releases, it has entered production prep.
Condor, a cooperative multiplayer game, has moved from proof of concept to production readiness. We’ve gained valuable insights into service-based game development, and are now in a better position to create a game that players can engage with for years to come.
Finally, the mysterious vanguard was also mentioned. Remedy determines the next steps for the project with its publishing partner. By the end of the year, it should complete the proof-of-concept phase. As a reminder, it’s a free-to-play game co-published with Tencent.
For Codename Vanguard, we are determining the next steps for the project with our publishing partner. Meanwhile, the project aims to complete the concept validation phase by the end of the year.
Between these projects, the DLC for Alan Wake 2 and the few ideas still on Sam Lake’s mind, it’s clear that Remedy has a lot to keep him busy. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to get our first look at one of these games.
“Incurable web evangelist. Hipster-friendly gamer. Award-winning entrepreneur. Falls down a lot.”