“Alan Wake,” the 2010 survival-horror game exclusively made for the PC and Xbox 360 by Remedy Entertainment, recently sold 4.5 million copies. And though CEO of Remedy Entertainment Matias Myllrinne said the milestone is a “bit old” on Wednesday, the team is still considering bringing the title to Microsoft’s eighth-generation Xbox One.

Sales also included 2012 sequel “Alan Wake’s American Nightmare.”



Does this mean we’ll be seeing “Alan Wake 2” in the near future? Not yet. Remedy is currently working on 2015 Xbox One title “Quantum Break.” The Espoo, Finland-based developer studio said that it could have made a “less ambitious” sequel years ago, but will return to the title when the time is right.

Earlier this week, Microsoft issued a survey that asked players if they would play a remastered version of the original game on the Xbox One, or if they would preorder upcoming “Quantum Break” if it came with a remastered version of “Alan Wake.”

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