A new multiplayer game set in the ‘Control’ universe has been announced

Get ready to return to the Oldest House

Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind paranormal action game Control, has signed an agreement with publishers 505 Games to co-publish and develop a new game.

In a post on the official Remedy Games website, Control franchise game director Mikael Kasurinen has revealed new a multiplayer spin-off game set in the Control universe.


The new game, codenamed Condor, is inspired by Kasurinen’s love of multiplayer games: “In the glorious 90s (yes, I’m a true 90s kid), me and three friends of mine hooked our PCs into a local network.”

“We were about to have the first LAN of our lives. I was excited to try out multiplayer with a little shareware game called Doom. When we finally managed to get everything up and running, we fired up a co-op session and tackled E1M1 together. And it was a blast.”

Heading off the concern about the single-player developer transitioning into the development of an online game, Kasurinen said: “We get that there is going to be scepticism about multiplayer. But I believe we can create shared experiences without compromising the unique DNA of who we are or the stories we want to tell.”

Kasurinen also confirmed that Remedy had “outlined high-level collaboration terms to further expand the Control franchise with a bigger-budget Control-game”, which he said he could not go into detail about.

Earlier in the year, Remedy announced that it was working on at least three new projects.

One was confirmed as a AAA multiplatform game, which appears to be the “bigger-budget Control-game” mentioned.


According to the blog, the other title was codenamed Vanguard and described as a free-to-play co-op game project, which is separate from Codnor.

In other news, the developer of Phasmophobia has announced that they want to make the game both scarier and harder in a recent Discord Q&A with fans.