Alan Wake II‘s previously announced expansions, Night Springs and The Lakehouse, are coming into focus. Remedy confirmed to IGN that the first expansion, Night Springs, is scheduled for release in “late spring 2024,” but this timeframe is subject to change. The Lake House will be released at a later date.
Remedy also shared the official plot synopses for the expansions. In Night Springs, players will assume the roles of “several familiar characters” as they participate in “self-contained” episodes of the in-game TV show Night Springs.
In The Lake House, players will explore a “enigmatic facility” on the shores of Cauldron Lake. The facility is conducting “classified research,” and things take a turn for the worse.
Players can acquire the two expansions by purchasing Alan Wake II’s Expansion Pass through the $80 Deluxe Edition. It is currently unknown whether the two expansions will be available for individual purchase.
In addition to the two expansions, Alan Wake II will introduce a New Game+ mode post-launch and a photo mode.
To catch up on the events of the first game, take a look at our Alan Wake story recap–which includes the Alan Wake lore introduced in Remedy’s Control. Don’t forget to read our Alan Wake 2 review, where the game received a perfect score of 10/10.
Alan Wake 2 will be released on October 27 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.
Alan Wake 2 expansions
“Visions and dreams. Fiction becomes reality. Fiction crumbles and becomes mere words on a page. These are the stories… in Night Springs. Play as various familiar characters from the Alan Wake universe and encounter the inexplicable in multiple self-contained episodes of Night Springs, a fictional TV show set in the world of Alan Wake.”
The Lake House:
“The Lake House is a mysterious facility located on the shores of Cauldron Lake, established by an independent government organization for conducting covert research… until something goes awry. Explore the Lake House and embark on two distinct adventures as the realities of Saga Anderson and Alan Wake once again collide.”