Alan Wake Remastered with Control and Ray Tracing engine: check a report

With the appearance of Alan Wake Remastered in the catalog of a Taiwanese retailer, rumors about a possible return of the Remedy Entertainment novelist have returned to the fore.

To throw further fuel on the fire, the editorial staff of NintendoPAL took care of it. The portal, citing an “own source” – obviously kept anonymous – in fact reports that it has received interesting details on the still unannounced production. According to reports, in particular, Alan Wake Remastered would have been made with the Northlight Engine, or the Remedy engine already used for the development of Control. But that is not all.

According to NintendoPAl, the remastering work would also bring with it the implementation of a lighting system based on Ray Tracing. The latter, however, would be available on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, but not on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. At least for the moment, a Nintendo Switch version of Alan Wake Remastered would not be expected, even on NintendoPAL it does not exclude a future debut of a version in the cloud, as has already happened for the same Control. In addition to several new features and an increase in resolution, the re-release is expected to offer a frame rate of 60 fps.

Of course, remember that we are not talking about official details. According to analyst Daniel Ahmad, however, the announcement of Alan Wake Remastered should be very close.