Alan Wake 2 developer Remedy has revealed that the team as taken “great care on consoles” in regards to the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of the upcoming survival horror title, while also sharing details on the PS5 DualSense functionality in the sequel.
Writing on Twitter, communications director Thomas Puha attempted to quell any concerns about the console versions of Alan Wake 2, after previously stating that the game’s Performance Mode “mostly” runs at 60 FPS, not to mention the recently revealed step PC specs.
Folks worrying about the console versions of Alan Wake 2… smh, and I am smiling. As I’ve said, we’ve taken great care of consoles and focused on those. I think most of you will be very positively surprised.
DualSense support. For example, “feel” rain patter on the controller. Each weapon feels different on the trigger, so a shotgun will be markedly different from the crossbow. You can ofc turn this stuff off if you want. Also supported on PC if you use the DualSense there.
Alan Wake 2 is scheduled for release on PS5, PC, and Xbox Series X/S on October 27, 2023. The game’s PS5 download size is quite hefty, so make sure you’ve got enough space on your console ahead of launch.
[Source – Thomas Puha on Twitter]
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