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‘Alan Wake Remastered’ has been classified for Switch again

Barely a month after a classification in Brazil, it seems the USA has now rated a Nintendo Switch version of ‘Alan Wake Remastered’, and this means that if it was a mistake before, it’s pretty much definitely happening now, despite not being confirmed by the developer itself.

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ gets another Nintendo Switch rating

The latest rating comes from the ESRB in the US

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ QR codes point towards a sequel

The signs point to a potential sequel on the way

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ review: a classic renewed for another generation

"In a horror story the victim keeps asking why, but there can be no explanation and there shouldn't be one"

It looks like ‘Alan Wake Remastered’ is coming to Nintendo Switch

It may have seemed like a big enough deal that ‘Alan Wake’ was finally coming to PlayStation consoles with the remastered version of the game on October 5th, but now it seems that due to a ratings board listing, it’s been revealed that the cult classic is also coming to Nintendo Switch as well.

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ gets rated for Nintendo Switch in Brazil

The remastered version was announced earlier this month

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ is ditching the product placement from the original

When a classic game gets the remaster treatment you would always expect improvements over the original title, but it’s rare for things to get altered that many people may not have even noticed in the first place. But that’s what’s happening with ‘Alan Wake Remastered’,which is removing the product placement the original game included.

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ may be “precursor to a full sequel”

The remaster was first shown at the recent PlayStation Showcase
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