Alan Wake Remastered will not feature real-world product displays

Product placement has changed from Allen Awakening Remake, Which means you won’t see brands like Verizon in the game.

According to the game’s public relations representative, this is due to the expiration of the transaction Talk to ScreenRant. In the place of advertising, there will be a universal universe brand.


For those who have not played the original 2010 version, it shows a lot of real-life brands, and some even incorporate gameplay. The location of the product is not very in front of you, because Remedy does its best to make the game world feel more real through in-game advertising.

For example, in the original game, there are collectible energy batteries that can be used for flashlights. Verizon is also a telephone service provider and appears with Verizon-branded mobile phones. You can also see Verizon’s commercials on one of the interactive TVs in the game. In addition, there are billboards for Ford and Lincoln cars both inside and outside the game town.

As pointed out by ScreenRant, Xbox 360 also appeared in the original game. It was a game released by Microsoft at the time, and the console may have been deleted because it was an outdated console or because the deal expired.

Alan Wake Remastered has been rumored for a long time, and it was finally announced last week two days after the Taiwanese retailer leaked it.

It is scheduled to be released on October 5. The remade game will include the base game and two expansions, Signal and Writer, and will be published by Epic Games. It will be available in cute 4k format on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC.