Alan Wake Remastered first screenshots-5

First Alan Wake Remastered screenshots leaked, showcase its new graphics

Two days ago, Remedy announced Alan Wake Remastered. And today, Amazon leaked the first screenshots for this upcoming remaster, showcasing its enhanced and improved graphics.

Alan Wake Remastered will have intense combat, where it takes more than bullets to banish the darkness. Players will weaken ‘The Taken’ with light before finishing them for good. Additionally, players will use lights in the environment as islands of safety in a world where darkness is deadly.

The remaster will have enhanced and improved graphics. From what we can see, the 3D models have been overhauled and the game features higher resolution textures.

Remedy has also stated that it has implemented some “choice next-generation upgrades.” And, since the ocean screenshot does not have any screen-space reflections artifacts, we can assume that the game will use Ray Tracing reflections.

Alan Wake Remastered will release this Fall on PC via Epic Games Store. According to an earlier rumor, the game will come out on October 5th.

Enjoy the screenshots and stay tuned for more!

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