Last Week, developer Remedy Entertainment announced that its 2010 cult-hit action-adventure game, Alan Wake, was being removed from digital games retailers (like Steam and Xbox Games Store) after May 15th, citing issues with expiring music licenses within the game.
That being said, it May 22nd, your window to still pick up a digital copy of Alan Wake has passed, at least on Xbox One. On PC, you can actually still snag the game via the Humble Store.
As you may know, Humble is a reseller, thus it has a limited supply of stock, however, as of right now some of that stock is still available in the form of DRM-free keys, for $29.99 USD a pop.
If you do decide to buy Alan Wake via the Humble Store, you can rejoice in the fact that follow-up downloadable title is still available normally on digital marketplaces.
Alan Wake first released for Xbox 360 in May 2010, while the PC version of the game hit in early 2012.