Remedy already has a small team working on a next-gen game.
Remedy, developer of Alan Wake, is believed to have begun teasing a new game in the Alan Wake franchise.
Remedy made the decision to move Alan Wake from an open world game to something more linear because it felt the world simply wasn't populated enough to be of interest to players.
Remedy's Xbox LIVE Arcade Alan Wake spin-off, American Nightmare, appears to be headed to Steam.
Remedy Entertainment, creator of the multi-million selling Alan Wake franchise, has announced the development of a "project targeted at future generation consoles".
"Alan Wake's like a cult classic if you like... People who have played and enjoyed the story feel the urge to tell their friends and other gamers out there that they need to try this experience," says Remedy.
The makers of Alan Wake, Spec Ops: The Line and Reservoir Dogs talk us through the challenges.
The amazing success of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - 10 million sales and counting - has convinced Alan Wake developer Remedy that it is worth persisting with the development of games with a strong focus on storytelling.
Alan Wake launched for PC last week, self-published on Steam by Remedy, and has already sold enough copies to recoup all development and marketing costs
"Somewhere along the way one of our children got lost. We've now found him and our family is complete."
More Alan Wake to come after the PC release and XBLA game American Nightmare.