Alan Wake II
Alan Wake II

Alan Wake II release date pushed back

What To Know

  • A tweet from the Alan Wake II Twitter account explains, “October boasts an exciting lineup of game releases, and we believe this change in the date will provide more room for everyone to fully enjoy their favorite games.
  • In the meantime, the wait for more details about the game won’t be much longer, as it will be showcased during the Gamescom’s Opening Night Live event next Tuesday.
  • Master Collection and a game similar in genre, Alone in the Dark.
  • It seems like a lot to handle, so get ready for a gaming marathon.

The upcoming fall season’s gaming calendar is still undergoing changes. Remedy Entertainment and Epic Games, the publishing company, have decided to delay the release of Alan Wake II by 10 days, now set for October 27th.

Interestingly, this delay isn’t solely about giving the development team extra time to refine the game. A tweet from the Alan Wake II Twitter account explains, “October boasts an exciting lineup of game releases, and we believe this change in the date will provide more room for everyone to fully enjoy their favorite games.”

This adjustment not only separates Alan Wake II from other major game launches occurring around that period but also brings the eerie survival horror experience closer to the Halloween season.

In the meantime, the wait for more details about the game won’t be much longer, as it will be showcased during the Gamescom’s Opening Night Live event next Tuesday.

The tweet further mentions, “We’re excited to reveal what our beloved novelist is venturing into within the Dark Place next week. We truly appreciate your patience!”

October is indeed a jam-packed month for new game releases. Alan Wake II will no longer debut in the same week as Super Mario Bros.

Wonder and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Instead, it’s slated to launch just a few days after Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection and a game similar in genre, Alone in the Dark.

Numerous other noteworthy games are scheduled for release during that same month. These include Detective Pikachu Returns, Forza Motorsport, Lords of the Fallen, and Cities Skylines II.

In recent days, Ubisoft has aimed to secure its own space by moving up the release date of Assassin’s Creed Mirage to October 5th.

Additionally, the Batman: Arkham Trilogy will make its debut on the Nintendo Switch on October 13th. It seems like a lot to handle, so get ready for a gaming marathon!

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