In a FAQ posted over on the official Alan Wake website, Remedy dropped a few details on the PC version of Alan Wake by way of a FAQ, confirming that the port will see a release on Steam next month.
In the FAQ, Remedy confirmed that Alan Wake PC will not be using Games for Windows Live, with the company “fully supporting the Steam platform”. In other words, you can expect to have Steamworks features including cloud saves and Steam achievements.
Details on pricing, bundles, and an exact release date weren’t shared in the FAQ, but Remedy did say that gamers can expect more news on that as we near closer to Alan Wake‘s February release window. They did, however, confirm that both The Signal and The Writer DLCs will be included in all copies of the game at no extra charge.
Lastly, the developer also shared the minimum system requirements to run Alan Wake ideally, which you can find below. For even more information, you can head over to the FAQ.
OS: Windows Vista or Windows 7 (see below for Windows XP)
PROCESSOR:A dual core processor is required:
- AMD: Athlon X2 2.8GHz
- Intel: Core 2 Duo 2GHz
MEMORY: 2 GB
HARD DRIVE: 8 GB
VIDEO CARD:DirectX 10 compatible or later with 512MB RAM
- AMD: ATI Radeon 3650, 4450, 5550, 6450 or higher (per series)
- NVIDIA: GeForce 8600GT, 9500GT, GT120, GT430, GT520 (per series)
SOUND CARD: DirectX 9.0c compatible
INPUT: Mouse and keyboard, Xbox360 controller also supported