Tom Ivan for VGC:

That’s according to GamesBeat reporter Jeff Grubb, who made the claim during a Twitch stream on Wednesday. “I’ve heard that Remedy is going to be making Alan Wake 2 with Epic,” he said. “It should kind of be the follow-up that fans of that series want.”

I’m torn on this. On one hand, I love Remedy, their games, like Alan Wake, and would love to see a sequel. On the other, I’m not the biggest fan of Epic because of their exclusivity deals and required use of their lacklustre Epic Games Store app. All that considered, I’d have a hard time not playing Alan Wake 2 regardless of what requirements Epic would put on the experience.