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Developer Remedy has provided an update on its current slate of gaming projects, of which it currently has five in development. The news comes to us from the company's latest earnings briefing, from which several tasty tidbits can be gleaned.

Let's start with the juicy stuff, the two in-development Control projects known as Codename Condor and Codename Heron. Condor is spin-off of Control, currently in the "proof-of-concept" phase, and Remedy notes that they are "giving the team time to work on a multitude of important game design elements and finalize the key pillars before moving the project to the next development phase."

Next up is Heron, which is in the concept stage, and progress is being made, with Remedy stating, "based on the well-progressing early development, the team size has been gradually increased." Heron has been described as a "bigger-budget" Control game, likely some kind of sequel.

The next two titles are the Max Payne 1 + 2 remakes which are being developed in partnership with Rockstar Games, and finally, we have Alan Wake 2, the long-awaited sequel to the once Xbox-exclusive Alan Wake, which in turn was remastered and released on PS5 and PS4. Alan Wake 2 is still on track for a 2023 release, although no word yet on a firm release window.

Are you a fan of Remedy's games? Which project are you most excited about, and which do you think will be most successful? Let us know in the comments section below.