Alan Wake’s latest entry-but-not-a-sequel, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, has been set for a PC release.
The release follows the recent port of the original Alan Wake, which before remained an Xbox 360 exclusive. Alan Wake’s American Nightmare sees players once again in the role of the writer as he seeks out transcript pages and battles the Taken.
The PC release will come with ‘enhanced PC features’, presumably enhanced graphics over its console counterpart, and will retail for $15 or £12. You can pre-purchase it on Steam now, at the usual 10% pre-purchase discount. It will release on May 22nd.
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