As Sam Lake tells the story of Alan Wake ahead of the release of the highly anticipated sequel, Kyle Rowley by Remedy Entertainment provides important clarifications on Alan Wake 2’s support for HDR technology.
Il Game Director of the next, ambitious, dark experience signed by Remedy is aware of the criticism leveled at the Finnish software house for Control’s lack of HDR support, and is therefore keen to intervene on social media to reassure the community.
In a short but eloquent message shared on the pages of his personal Twitter/X profile, Rowley simply states that “of course, Alan Wake 2 will support HDR“. In a subsequent intervention on social media, the Game Director of AW2 underlined that the complex work of implementing the High Dynamic Range is managed by Philip Tarpinithe Remedy programmer who created the official Control mod which introduces HDR ultrawide resolution on PC.
Thanks to HDR, emulators of the writer Alan Wake and the agent Saga Anderson will be able to enjoy an even more immersive experience thanks to the greater shadow contrast, more vivid lights and sharper colors guaranteed by this technology that is now essential for video game enthusiasts.
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