With each addition or change we were conscious to ensure that they all added value to the overall experience, without detracting from the original intent Remedy had set out to achieve. The end result is a product that both d3t and Remedy are extremely proud of.
A testament that is also echoed in the positive critical reception the game has received, with key publications such as TechRadar (scored 4.5 stars out of 5), GameInformer (scoring 8/10), GameSpot (scoring 8/10), and IGN (scoring 7/10) commending the remaster through a combination of high praise and scoring.
Alan Wake Remastered also managed a top 5 showing in the UK All Format Chart (no. 5 in the UK Boxed Charts), with 84% of its sales coming via PlayStation platforms. A platform that was previously unable to access the game when it originally launched, highlighting how we had met Remedy’s brief in successfully remastering the game and bringing it to new audiences and platforms.
It also performed strongly on Metacritic with scores of 80 on Xbox Series X, 79 on PlayStation 5, and 80 on PC. The positive reception amongst critics and fans alike is something that we at d3t are extremely pleased about, and we are delighted to have met their expectations.