Alan Wake Remastered leaks on the Epic Games Store

It looks like we’re getting an Alan Wake remaster.
Today seems to be a big one for Epic Games Store leaks. After references to Final Fantasy 7 Remake were spotted in the store’s database, another unannounced game has appeared: Alan Wake Remastered.
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EpicData, a website that tracks database updates for the Epic Games Store, has revealed the existence of the Alan Wake remaster. The unannounced project, developed by creator Remedy, looks to support cloud saves, judging by the strings of code discovered.
Unfortunately, we don’t actually know anything more besides. That said, the idea of an Alan Wake remaster on the Epic Games Store is very plausible. Not only is Alan Wake a beloved game that could use a visual upgrade, the existence of the remaster also lines up with recent reports that Remedy’s next game is Alan Wake 2.
The project is said to be Remedy’s mysterious major game being funded by Epic Games. It makes a lot of sense for Remedy to remaster Alan Wake to raise its ..

Final Fantasy 7 Remake spotted in Epic Games Store database

Final Fantasy 7 Remake may be on its way to PC.
Square Enix has been making an effort to bring more of its bigger Japanese games to PC in recent years, but Final Fantasy 7 Remake has yet to be made available on the platform. This looks to be changing soon, however.
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A entry for the JRPG was dug up from the Epic Games Store’s database on EpicData. As spotted by Resetera, the game is among several others scraped from the EGS’ database, some of which are unreleased, and others have yet to be even announced.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake shows up a couple of times on the list, with Square Enix Japan as its developer. This obviously does not confirm that the game is coming to PC, but it’s a pretty good indication.
Being on the Epic Games Store also doesn’t necessarily preclude the game from appearing on Steam at the same time; plenty of PC games launch on both storefronts simultaneously. Given Square Enix’s history, however – most recently demonstrated with Kingdom Hearts – Final F..

George R. R. Martin’s work on Elden Ring was finished “years ago”

It sounds like George R. R. Martin isn’t as involved in Elden Ring’s development as you might think.
Had it not leaked ahead of time, the news that George R. R. Martin is working with FromSoftware on its next project would have been one of the all-time best surprises in games. But since Elden Ring was officially revealed, and we learned what role he played in its development, we haven’t really heard anything from the author about his work on the game.
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Martin recently spoke to local news station WTTW during a trip to receive an honorary doctorate from his old school, Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism. In the interview, the author was asked about Elden Ring, and he seems to have been keeping up with its recent release date news.
He revealed that his involvement with the project actually ended years ago. Since then, FromSoftware has been sharing development progress with him, showing new monster designs and the like.
“Actually, it’s considerably different,” Marti..