Last month, a listing for Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, the downloadable follow up to Alan Wake that saw a release on Xbox Live back in February, popped up in the Steam registry, suggesting an imminent port to the PC platform. Now, it’s official.
Earlier today, a product listing for Alan Wake’s American Nightmare showed up on Steam, and Remedy has since confirmed that the title will be coming to PC on May 22.
As of now, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare is being offered at 10 percent off its normal $15 price point, putting it at $13.49. For those of you who own Alan Wake, however, you can get an even greater discount of 25 percent off the normal price.
As it happens, the original Alan Wake is being offered on Steam at a whopping 50 percent off as part of this week’s Midweek Madness sale–so if you grab both, you’ll be able to score the original game and its digital follow up for around $25.
Here’s the lowdown on Alan Wake’s American Nightmare‘s story:
“Alan Wake’s American Nightmare is part of the ‘Night Springs’ TV show fiction and offers an exaggerated pulp action adventure where the horrors of reality have the all too easy habit of coming true. Alan Wake finds himself stuck in an altered reality filled with dangerous shadows; he must leap into action and pursue his evil doppelganger, Mr. Scratch, across the Arizona mesa towards the town of Night Springs.
“Scratch, a supernatural serial killer, has his evil plans set on Wake’s wife, Alice. Wake must learn to control reality itself and unravel the secret to Mr. Scratch’s demise while using the power of light to put an end to the darkness.”