Following the successful launch of the survival horror thriller Alan Wake 2, developer Remedy Entertainment shared brief details on the highly anticipated Control 2 and Max Payne 1&2 Remake.
The former is now in the proof-of-concept stage with ambitious plans. The team has seen “good progress both in the designs and in the game build,” and it’s expected to remain at this stage for the next few quarters. There will be a “focus on proving the identified key elements” before development stage progression and action for a scaled-up team occurs.
Max Payne 1&2 Remake has entered the production readiness stage, with the team now having gained clarity on its style and scope. An “exceptionally well-organized team” is working on the project, though there is no word on when more concrete details will be revealed.
The upcoming co-operative multiplayer game Condor has entered the production readiness stage. CEO Tero Virtala says they “have acquired valuable insights into developing service-based games and are now in a better position to create a game players can engage with for years.”
Lastly, the largely unknown Codename Vanguard is projected to complete its proof-of-concept stage by 2023’s end. Remedy is currently defining its next steps with its publishing partner, which was previously unveiled to be Tencent.
You can view Remedy’s latest investors statement for additional details.
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