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Alan Wake Will Be Removed from Digital Stores on May 15

Alan Wake is going bye-bye.

Remedy’s psychological horror action-adventure game Alan Wake follows the story of best-selling thriller novelist Alan Wake as he tries to uncover the mystery behind his wife’s disappearance during a vacation in the small fictional town of Bright Falls, Washington. This part is enough to become the story of a psychological horror game, yet Alan finds himself experiencing events from the plot in his latest novel which he cannot remember writing. Alan Wake is a beautiful game since it is touched by Sam Lake.

Sam Lake always wanted to create a harmony between the game and the soundtrack. If you wonder how serious he is, you may want to watch the video from this news piece. Sam Lake says “…is a prominent part of the Alan Wake soundtrack and the theme also links strongly to the game’s storyline” when it comes to Alan Wake soundtrack.

Remedy Entertainment now stated that Alan Wake will be removed from all digital stores on May 15th due to expiring music licenses. Don’t worry, they are working on it now, but still Remedy offers a discount on Alan Wake titles before they go down, starting from May 13.

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare will still be in stores since there is no licence problem with the game. If the game is in your library, you can still download and play it even though it is not on sale anymore. So, go ahead and add Alan Wake to your library before it is too late.


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