Earlier today, the Finish developer shared its most recent financial earnings for Q1 of 2023, accompanied by some comments from CEO Tero Virtala. In these comments, the CEO also mentioned the sequel to 2019's Control, which we know, was recently moved into the proof-of-concept stage. According to Virtala, development on the game has progressed well since January with the game's dev team focusing on gameplay mechanics and world-building. In addition, the team has been working on the visual target of the title.
As for Project Condor - Remedy's service-based Control spin-off, has continued its steady progress with the team working on key gameplay design. In addition, the CEO said that the team has found new ways to "use existing assets and locations from the world of the original Control".
As said, Virtala also shared updates on Alan Wake 2, which has entered the final stage of full production ahead of the game's release later this year. According to the CEO, he's impressed with the game's quality and has said that the title holds plenty of promise. "Alan Wake 2 will be a game that we will all be proud of and most importantly I am sure it will be a game that players will love to play", Virtual said in the earnings release.
Meanwhile, development on the Max Payne 1&2 Remakes is also progressing well, and the game has now also moved to the proof-of-concept phase. According to the earnings release, the game's dev team has been focusing on highlighting the key elements of the Max Payne games and bringing these classics to the current-gen platforms. "Max Payne 1&2 remake has progressed well and during the first quarter the project moved into the proof-of-concept stage", Remedy's CEO said. "The development team has worked efficiently in proving the key elements of what Max Payne is all about and in bringing the game in high quality to today’s consoles and PCs. We expect the project to keep advancing well and with that, the team size will expand gradually towards year-end."
Alan Wake 2 in "Final Stage of Full Production", Remedy Confirms; Max Payne 1&2 Remake Progressed Well
Remedy Games has provided updates about its upcoming titles, including Alan Wake 2, the Max Payne 1&2 Remake, and Control 2.