Epic has not yet been able to cover the development and marketing costs of Alan Wake Remastered
Epic has announced the results of the Alan Wake Remastered game, confirming that it has not yet achieved development and marketing costs, which means that the game has not yet achieved the expected profits from it yet, and the reason from the publisher’s point of view is poor promotion.
The developer studio Remedy Entertainment confirmed that it has not yet benefited from the Alan Wake Remastered game since its launch until the end of last March of this year, and this is according to a report published by the development team in which it confirmed these negative results of the remake version.
It is noteworthy that the original game was released in 2010 on the Xbox 360 and became a huge title that contributed to raising the reputation of the platform. Despite the positive impressions that the game got from reviewers, critics and also players, the developer agreed in its statement:
We had no major revenue from Alan Wake Remastered during the first quarter as Epic Games did not recover its development and marketing expenditures for the game.
In general, there is still an opportunity to reach more sales, and we know that the team released a remastered version of the game in preparation for the announcement of the second part of the game, and this will work on marketing automatically for the second part, and reduce the time gap between releases, as the time period between The two parts are approximately 13 years old, considering that the second part will be released in 2023.
Alan Wake 2 game will tend to the horror element more than the action element, unlike the first part and a few days ago we got a set of artistic images.