Remedy shares development updates for Control 2, Max Payne 1+2 Remake, and Codename Condor


    Remedy provides updates on its portfolio of upcoming titles through a quarterly business review. In addition to painting the studio’s overall financial health, the report shares details on the current development status of Control 2, the Max Payne 1+2 remake, the Control multiplayer spin-off codenamed Condor, and more.

    According to Reports, the Control 2 team is “focused on finalizing the proof-of-concept phase, which proves the game world, game mechanics and visual goals.” The project is expected to enter production readiness phase in Q2 of this year. Control 2 was first announced in 2022.

    The Max Payne 1+2 remake, which was first announced in 2022 as a remastered version that combines both PS2 games into a single title, is in pre-production, as was first announced last October. I was announced. However, the game is expected to enter full production in Q2 2024.

    Codename Condor has entered full production. Remedy describes its core loop as “captivating” and that it “brings a unique Remedy angle to the game genre.” Codename Kestral, Remedy’s second multiplayer title described as “a premium game with a strong, cooperative multiplayer component,” is in the concept stage.

    Remedy also reports that Alan Wake 2 has sold 1.3 million units as of early February, recouping a “significant” portion of its development and marketing costs in the process. The development team continues to work on its upcoming expansions, Night Springs and Lake House.

    After Remedy acquired controlling rights from publisher 505 Games in February, the studio is now free to do whatever it wants with the IP. CEO Tero Virtala says, “We are currently considering self-publishing and related business models. At the same time, we are actively looking at different partner publishing models and evaluating potential partners. Remedy also expects to have two projects in full production at the same time, stating that “we believe the good progress from the start of the year will lead to the full production phases.”

    You can read our review of Alan Wake 2 here and for Control here.


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