Update: The full celebration schedule has been detailed, as follows:
- 1.00 am AEST, 15 May: Remedy Twitch stream with Sam Lake (Creative Director at Remedy Games), Matthew Porretta (voice of Alan Wake, Control‘s Dr Casper Darling) and Ikka Villi (likeness of Alan Wake)
- 2.00 am AEST, 15 May: Nikatine Twitch stream
- 2.00 am AEST, 16 May: FuzzyFreaks Twitch stream
- 2.00 am AEST, 17 May: JesseCox Twitch stream
- 2.00 am AEST, 18 May: GlamShatterskull Twitch stream
- 2.00 am AEST, 19 May: Iomadiah Twitch stream
- 2.00 am AEST, 20 May: OverBorderGaming Twitch stream
- 2.00 am AEST, 21 May: Sly Twitch stream
Original story: Alan Wake 10-year anniversary celebrations will be held by developer Remedy this week, though the studio was careful to point out that it won’t have “anything to announce” during the events.
“We’ll be celebrating Alan Wake’s 10th anniversary with a stream and other cool stuff which you’ll hear more about next week,” Remedy said in a tweet last week.
“We’re celebrating the past and looking back: we don’t have anything to announce. Thank you, always, for the love.”
The events haven’t been detailed beyond that, but it’s likely something will take place on 14 May, the game’s Xbox 360 European launch date. Alan Wake debuted in North America on 18 May and finally here in Australia on 20 May.
If you’ve followed the site, you know we’re die-hard Alan Wake fans. Desperate for a sequel, we’re hanging out for Control‘s AWE expansion planned for later this year.
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