Alan Wake launches on Steam, new diary for American Nightmare

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Alan Wake has finally made its way to PC. After years of previews and a year-plus of coverage for the Xbox 360 version, Remedy’s psychological action thriller has launched for PC on Steam. A retail version, from Nordic Games, will be hitting store shelves “shortly.” The download version is $29.99 and features both available DLC packs, The Signal and The Writer, as well as support for multiple monitors and stereoscopic 3D. There are also multiple configurable control schemes and options to both hide the HUD and adjust the field of view.

A $34.99 collector’s edition is also available, which includes developer commentary videos, a 130-page book in PDF format, and a 13-track soundtrack.

For longtime fans, Remedy has launched a new developer diary for the upcoming Xbox 360 standalone download-only release, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare.  The 1200 MS Point spin-off is set to launch on February 22 and follows Alan as he battles a doppelganger, Mr. Scratch.

For more information on Alan Wake, check out our reviews of Alan Wake, Alan Wake – The Signal, and Alan Wake – The Writer.

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