Remedy Entertainment and Microsoft are in talks to bring the critically acclaimed title, Alan Wake to Xbox One.
In an interview with Polygon, Remedy’s Chief Creative Officer Sam Lake said that while there is hope of a port, nothing has happened between the two publishers.
“I would love that to happen,” Lake told Polygon. “Nothing has happened yet, but we are discussing this possibility with Microsoft. I hope it happens, we’ll see.”
When asked if the original game would show up on the PlayStation 4 or Wii U, Lake said “Highly unlikely.”
Earlier this week, Remedy released an Alan Wake 2 prototype that was created in 2010. Lake said the developer would love to return to a sequel, once Quantum Break releases.
“Ultimately, these things are business decisions,” he said. “We are definitely not ruling anything out and looking at different opportunities, but nothing is set in stone at the moment.”
If a sequel does materialize, there is a possibility of the game being on multiple platforms.
“When it comes to sequels it’s our thing, we can do whatever makes sense and what’s best for the franchise overall,” Lake said. “But obviously it depends on many different things. I think that regardless of the platform, a good sequel — while it continues the story of the original one — it’s still something that someone who hasn’t played the original one can enjoy and jump on board and dive into the setting and the world and enjoy themselves.
“It’s not like a potential sequel of Alan Wake would be only something that someone who has already played everything in the Alan Wake franchise can enjoy.”