Alan Wake Sale Taking Place on PC Marketplaces Tomorrow
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In celebration of the game’s 10 year anniversary, Alan Wake is going on sale tomorrow. First released back in 2010 by developer Remedy Entertainment, Alan Wake has gone on to become a cult classic. It’s known best for its dark themes and metaphor filled writing inspired by the likes of Stephen King and Twin Peaks. This mysterious, somewhat evil game is a must-buy for psychological horror fans, and luckily tomorrow will be the best day to pick it up.
Alan Wake and its collector’s edition, listed on Steam as the Alan Wake Franchise, will be discounted by 90 percent tomorrow. That’s right, you’ll be playing one-tenth of the game’s normal price. That’s bringing down the base game’s price (in US dollars) from $14.99 to just $1.49. For the game’s collector’s edition, that translates to going from $24.99 to $2.49. If you haven’t realized it yet, there is almost no reason to buy the game’s base version, unless you’re really hankering for an Arizona or something else that costs just a buck. Included in the game’s collectors edition are a PDF artbook, a digital copy of the game’s soundtrack, and Alan Wake‘s critically acclaimed expansion DLC, American Nightmare.
Alan Wake and Alan Wake Collector’s Edition are 90% off on PC starting May 14th (tomorrow)!
— Remedy Entertainment (@remedygames) May 13, 2020
If you’re looking to pick up the game, it isn’t any harder than going on your usual PC games marketplace. You’ll find Alan Wake heavily discounted on not just Steam but also the Epic Games Store and GOG. The tweet from Remedy Entertainment announcing the Alan Wake sale says it starts tomorrow, with no end date. That being said, if you’re trying to get your hands on this piece of software, don’t risk waiting and hop on it tomorrow. If you’re already a fan of Alan Wake and have the game, Remedy still has something in store for you. The developer is planning to have a stream sometime soon to celebrate the game’s decennial anniversary.