Alan Wake Remastered Comparision Trailer Reveals the Upgraded Graphics, Gameplay and More

Published 09/27/2021, 8:23 AM EDT


Alan Wake Remastered is almost here and there’s a lot to talk about. Prior to the grand release, fans have been treated to a new trailer of the game that displays the upgraded graphics of the upcoming title. It is a detailed comparison between the upcoming Alan Wake remastered and the original award-winning action-thriller Xbox version (released way back in 2012). Above all, it gives a sneak peek at what to expect from the touched-up version of the game.

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Explore the world of Alan Wake with this brand-new trailer.

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Major changes and improvements in Alan Wake remastered

Remedy Entertainment (the studio behind Alan Wake) has shown off more gameplay and cutscenes from the remastered version. The trailer also features some noticeable visual upgrades, and the graphics is quite impressive. As is evident from the comparison trailer, it features much better texture, lighting, and reflections (advanced features).

Just like other editions, the remastered one will also offer the benefits of ray tracing and three distinct display modes, and they are full screen, in the window, and borderless window. Alan Wake Remastered also includes the main game and two-story expansion – The Writer and The Signal.

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The title majorly focuses on a troubled character, Alan Wake, who goes on a dangerous journey to search for his missing wife, Alice. Alan mainly battles shadow-like creatures with weapons and flashlights. Find all the answers by fighting the darkness progressing in your journey.

All things considered, the game sure looks like it will provide a lot of fun and spine-chilling moments to players who pick up the game.

Minimum system requirements for PC are:

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  • RAM: 8 GB or higher
  • SO: Window 10 (64bit)
  • CPU: 4 GB VRAM. Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 o AMD RX470.

Luckily, fans don’t have to wait too long as the remastered Alan Wake is all set to release on 5 October 2021 on PlayStation4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.

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Vitasta Singh

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Vitasta Singh is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. She is currently pursuing her graduation in English Literature and Psychology. Before joining EssentiallySports she used to write articles for Silver Mantle Solutions on various niches such as games, fitness, business, entertainment, and fashion.

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