Available since August 27, 2019 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Control, the latest production from Remedy, could see the light of the next generation consoles.
After having disclosed his plans for the current year, notably highlighting the arrival of a solo mode for CrossfireX, the launch of the preproduction phase of an unannounced game and the release of two paid extensions for Control , Remedy seems to have a few surprises in store. Max Payne’s dads have other plans for Control. Indeed, in the financial report Remedy Entertainment’s 2019 studio said the action game featuring a young woman with telekinetic powers could see the light of day on other platforms.
The high quality, uniqueness and technical innovation of Control offer opportunities to bring the game to new platforms.
Even if this statement does not cite any console in particular, we believe that Remedy alludes to the next generation consoles, either the PlayStation 5 or the Xbox Series X. Of course, you will have to wait for more information before making plans on the comet.
Obviously, Remedy Entertainment took advantage of this financial statement for the year 2019 to specify that Control sold well thanks to nice post-launch figures. However, the firm also specifies that the marketing budget for Control was not as large as that of large video game productions released in the same year. – We are thinking in particular of Death Stranding or even Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – a choice that may have affected the sales of the game when it was released. For our part, it is impossible to get an idea of the success of Control, since no figure has been released by the Finnish company.
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