This is new terrain for Remedy, whose titles have predominantly been single-player, from Max Payne to Alan Wake. But worry not, Remedy is teaming with frequent collaborator 505 Games, whose portfolio includes a whole host of titles, including Stardew Valley, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and Dead by Daylight, among others.
In a recent blog post, Control game director Mikael Kasurinen shared how they can “create shared experiences without compromising the unique DNA of who we are, or the stories we want to tell.”
From the sound of it, it seems that Remedy has its sights on greater things. At least well beyond single-player gaming. “As a multiplayer game, (Project) Condor has the potential to engage the gaming community in the long run,” Remedy shares in the same announcement.
Here’s a preview of what the game might look like:
I’m personally a big fan of the Alan Wake I.P. and was glad to learn that Control lives in the same universe.
I’m keen on trying out Control, and a multiplayer experience I can share with friends is just more reason for me to get on it sooner rather than later.
Watch the full trailer for Control below:
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