Remedy Entertainment is busy with a lot of ongoing projects and has a collaboration with Epic for multiple games including AAA and smaller-scale projects.
In their latest fiscal results, they shared some details on where they are standing now in terms of the production for some of their upcoming games.
Remedy Entertainment had partnered with Smilegate to develop a single-player campaign for their smash-hit first-person shooter, Crossfire. They have confirmed that development on this is reaching conclusion and it should be out later this year.
They are also working on multiple projects with Epic Games and revealed that one of the AAA budgeted games is now in full production.
The Crossfire team is finalizing the single-player operations for Smilegate’s CrossfireX and Crossfire HD. With both of these games launching in 2021, this is a significant year for Crossfire. Remedy’s AAA game project with Epic Games is soon moving into full production, and the second, smaller-scale game continues in full production mode. With Vanguard, our free-to-play co-op game project, we have now defined many of the core elements of the game. Development progresses at a good pace, internal playtesting continues, and we are starting the next phase of closed external gameplay testing.
As for the details on this project, it has yet to be revealed but industry rumors suggest that they are working on a sequel to Alan Wake. To further add fuel to the fire, they were heavily promoting a shared universe between Control and Alan Wake and even released a DLC for Control Ultimate Edition that confirmed this theory.