Remedy Entertainment’s upcoming Alan Wake Remastered might be coming for Nintendo Switch after all. Currently, the game is confirmed to be releasing on Windows, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S but according to switch-brazil.com and a post on resetera, Nintendo Switch is included as a platform of release for the game.
As of now, neither Remedy Entertainment nor Epic Games publishing has confirmed this and the game is coming out on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox consoles only.
Alan Wake Remastered features enhanced graphics, an updated environment, and more
Alan Wake Remastered will enable players to the action-adventure title with enhanced graphics. The remastered version will also include The Signal and The Writer expansions with 4K visuals, along with updated environments and cutscenes.
The game will take complete advantage of next-generation console hardware to deliver an immersive gameplay experience. On the PlayStation 5, the game will offer 60 FPS at 4K resolution, and with the DualSense Wireless Controller’s adaptive trigger and haptic feedback features, players will have a unique experience on each gun.
The PlayStation 4 Pro version will offer a choice between Performance mode (60 FPS) and Quality (4K at 30 FPS). On old-generation consoles, the game will feature 30 FPS.
Alan Wake Remastered is scheduled to release on October 5, 2021.