In a thrilling update from Remedy Entertainment, the survival horror game Alan Wake 2 has reached a remarkable milestone, selling 1.3 million copies by early February. This achievement comes after hitting the one million mark by December 31, 2023, making it the studio’s most successful launch to date.

The Finnish developer proudly announced that the game sold 50% more copies in its first two months compared to its predecessor, Control, over four months.

Alan Wake 2 has not only exceeded sales expectations but also set a new benchmark for Remedy’s releases. The game, which leans heavily into the survival horror genre, has been praised for maintaining the unique characteristics that fans have come to expect from Remedy’s titles.

With Control having sold four million copies since its 2019 release and generating over 100 million euros in revenue, expectations are high for Alan Wake 2’s continued success. Remedy is committed to supporting the game with two paid DLCs that will expand the story, alongside updates to enhance the gaming experience.

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Tero Virtala, CEO of Remedy, expressed satisfaction with the game’s initial sales. Despite its premium pricing, Alan Wake 2 has already recouped a significant portion of its development and marketing costs.

This success story underscores the game’s quality and the studio’s dedication to delivering engaging experiences to its audience.

As Alan Wake 2 continues to captivate players around the world, Remedy Entertainment’s future looks brighter than ever, promising more thrilling adventures in the eerie, suspense-filled universe of Alan Wake.