The busy fall calendar of recreation releases stays in flux. Treatment Leisure and writer Epic Video games have pushed again the launch date by 10 days to October twenty seventh, and it appears the choice is not particularly to do with giving the studio extra time to shine the sport. “October is a tremendous month for recreation launches and we hope this date shift provides more room for everybody to take pleasure in their favourite video games,” on the Alan Wake Twitter (ugh, X) account reads.
Not only does that give Alan Wake II a bit more distance from some of the other major new games dropping around that time, it brings the survival horror title a bit closer to Halloween. In the meantime, you won’t have to wait much longer to find out more about the game, which will be featured at Gamescom’s Opening Night time Reside occasion subsequent Tuesday. “We will not wait to point out you what everybody’s favourite novelist is as much as within the Darkish Place subsequent week,” the tweet states. “Thanks to your persistence!”
An replace from the Alan Wake 2 crew: we’re shifting Alan Wake 2’s launch from October 17 to October 27.
October is a tremendous month for recreation launches and we hope this date shift provides more room for everybody to take pleasure in their favourite video games.
We will not wait to point out you what everybody’s… pic.twitter.com/GpLxyr2xvY
— Alan Wake 2 (@alanwake) August 17, 2023
October is an particularly packed month for video games. Alan Wake 2 is now not arriving in the identical week as and , however now it is arriving just some days after and a recreation that is in an identical wheelhouse within the type of .
There are numerous different notable video games scheduled to land that month, together with , , Lords of the Fallen and . Earlier this week, Ubisoft sought to carve out a small window for itself by bringing the Murderer’s Creed Mirage launch date , whereas Batman: Arkham Trilogy will on October thirteenth. Phew. I hope you are already working towards your finger stretches forward of that glut of video games.
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