Alan Wake Has Sold More Than 4.5 Million Units


According to a post on Twitter made by Remedy’s CEO, Matias Myllyrinne, Alan Wake has breached the 4.5 million units sold mark on PC and Xbox 360.

It’s nice seeing the game at least being acknowledged, as now Remedy’s main focus is on their upcoming Xbox One game, Quantum Break. In 2013, shortly after the Xbox One’s reveal, Sam Lake posted a video detailing why we have yet to see a sequel to Alan Wake. Hopefully fans will receive some better news after Quantum Break’s release, until then we can only celebrate another milestone for the series.


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  • Joosh

    I love Alan Wake and would love to see an Alan Wake 2, but I feel like Remedy needs to get out from under Microsoft’s thumb first.

  • Henrikm

    yeah not so comforting words/numbers as they said they would not return to Alan wake anytime soon and concentrate on their new installment(forgotten the name) a game that seems to suffer from what AW did–it does not seem to get released anytime soon.

    I do hope they return too AW though but seems unlikley they should also try to take back Max Payne…MP 3 was very diffrent from the first two games.I hope a MP4 in original hands could be better but then I guess we gonna have to wait for a eternity then in this speed?

  • franky mcdonald

    It’s to bad most of those PC sales were at 3 bucks a copy.
    Investors must be dreaming about what 5 million copy’s at 60$ dollars a pop looks like.

  • MattS71

    I would love it….AW still one of my favs

  • DaVanillaThrilla .

    I really, really wish Remedy games would go multiplatform. Their games are too damn good to be restricted to one platform. Especially Microsuck’s.

  • reptar

    I really enjoyed the Alan Wake games (albeit the second one being a bit of cash grab)

    If we get a true sequel, I hope the developers make the game just a tad more creepy and a more disturbing antagonist. I love the Twilight Zone vibe, though.

  • TH3J4CK4L

    I was a fan of Alan Wake, but I am not a fan of their setbacks by a year usually after it has a date. I for one would welcome an Alan Wake sequel,but at what cost would I receive it, a year later after a set date and on a platform I’d much rather not buy it for when I have a pc that can easily handle the game,but it won’t see a release there because Microsoft holds it hostage as an exclusivity title as per an agreement. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely adore anything that Sam Lake works on and I admire his writing in a vast market of other companies titles with mutilated narratives and FPS tar pits.


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