Alan Wake will disappear soon from Steam and Xbox Live
The non-renewal of licenses the music of Alan Wake will decree its removal from Steam and the Xbox Live between 48 hours. Here are all the details
One of the games that I remember with more pleasure for my old Xbox 360 is certainly Alan Wake. But, while discussing the arrival of a sequel (not considering the “exercise of style” is made with the spin-off, American Nightmares), the software house behind the award-winning title soft horror, Remedy Entertainment, will be forced to remove the game from the store, virtual Steam and Xbox Live on the 15th of may.
Here is the post published on the Twitter profile, the company's official about this:
Alan Wake sale on @steam_games 90% discount starting 5/13. The Game will be removed from stores after 5/15 due to expiring music licenses. pic.twitter.com/y10DPgY8Q0
— Remedy Entertainment (@remedygames) May 12, 2017
The reason lies in the lack of will on the part of the Remedy to renew the licenses of music for some songs that are inside the adventure, created by artists like David Bowie and Depeche Mode, who have now become “too expensive” to maintain in the tracklist of the video game.
While those who have already purchased the game in the past will still be able to download it via your own library of titles, all the others will be able to remedy, even for 48 hours, thanks to the supersconto of 90% is offered on the title.
That now is the time to make again a trip to Bright Falls?
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