The new and promising title of developers who created Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break will come next year
The E3 exhibition provided us with a lot of grandiose gaming announcements from the biggest and most veteran distributors in the field - but some less flashy names also had some interesting surprises to offer. One is Control, a new third-party action game from Finnish Remedy, and the first to also arrive on PlayStation after 15 years of collaboration with Microsoft Office, Who gave birth to the Alan Wake and Quantum Break games.
The company first known for creating the original Max Payne duo hopes to incorporate a little of each of its creators so far into its new world, combining weapons (including a gun capable of modifying its structure at the command of its owner) and impressive environmental destruction, telekinetic powers and elements of Mystery and science fiction of course - all within a single-player narrative mode as well as online collaborative modes, for the first time for the company. Sounds promising? The first gaming video is definitely here before you to help you judge.
Control will be based on Quantum Break's game engine, which Remedy also develops independently, and is designed to offer a more open and linear game world than that of past games from the humble society. The launch is scheduled for next year, with support for the PlayStation 4 andXbox One And on personal computers. Hopefully that contrasts with the latest gaming side it has created for Microsoft Office, This time we do not see unnecessary delays here.