Alan Wake Developer's Mysterious New Game, Project 7, Will be at E3 2018

Alan Wake Developer's Mysterious New Game, Project 7, Will be at E3 2018

What is P7? We'll find out.

Alan Wake and Quantum Break developers, Remedy, announced that their mysterious new game will be at this year's E3.

Remedy has been busy working on a new game the company has codenamed "Project 7." No details for the game have officially been revealed, though we know some things thanks to Remedy's latest earnings report.

One day we'll meet Alan Wake again.

Like Quantum Break and Alan Wake, Project 7 is a "cinematic third-person" action game" set in a new Remedy universe. So no, it's not a sequel to an existing IP (that we know of). The project also might have a persistent online universe, or at least some service elements according to a job listing for the game.

We also know that P7 is not a Microsoft-published game like Alan Wake and Quantum Break and is instead being published by 505 Games. The publisher announced that P7 was going to be part of the company's E3 line-up this year.

Remedy is also working on the single-player campaign for CrossFire 2 with South Korea's SmileGate. Remedy also teased a new project, but that it's still very early in development and probably not something we'll see for some time.

E3 will be from June 12 to June 14. You can check out our E3 2018 guide for all the latest showtimes and reveal dates.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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