Alan Wake 2 wants to be the survival horror of this 2023 and for this it has been inspired by one of the great successes within the genre seen in recent years: the modern remakes of Resident Evil.
Alan Wake 2 will launch on October 17 on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Therefore, there are barely a couple of months left to enjoy this sequel that comes so many years after the original installment.
There is a desire to know everything that Remedy has prepared with this promising Alan Wake 2but what has already become clear is that the game wants to position itself as one of the benchmarks within the genre of survival horror.
Alan Wake 2 is inspired by Resident Evil
The glimpses that have been offered so far indicate that Remedy He has put special effort into capturing oppressive scenarios for the players and situations full of tension. And to get the best of effects, the company has set itself a rival.
In an interview with Edge, Alan Wake 2 game director Kyle Rowley has been talking about some of the game’s influences, pointing to recent remakes and titles of Resident Evil as a source of inspiration.
Apparently the team of Alan Wake 2 It has been wanted to base on some of the techniques seen in the Resident Evil saga to shape creepy camera angles in the game. Therefore, we can expect good horror in the sequel.
The camera perspective and things like that, yes, there are good references from recent Resident Evil games that we saw, Rowley pointed out, adding that they hadn’t taken it just because it worked for Capcom.
But not just because it worked for them, the director continued, it’s more like, how does that help us build the kind of experience we want? More claustrophobic; make the player feel more vulnerable; make enemies feel more physical and dangerous.
The study has already commented that this game will bet on an oppressive and immersive atmosphere rather than gore and unpleasant “jumpscares”.
Eager to experience this sequel? While it’s true that Alan Wake 2 has generated some controversy due to its exclusive digital release, the game seems committed to offering a couch-locking experience.
Source: Games Radar