Remedy signs co-publishing agreement with 505 Games to bring new games to the Control universe. (And no, we're not talking about an Alan Wake sequel.)
Control, Remedy’s dark, strange third-person shooter, is free on the Epic Games Store.
Control: Ultimate Edition, the next-gen upgrade to Remedy's Control, is here. Is it worth buying the game again for PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S, though?
Control: Ultimate Edition is the latest casualty of a particularly difficult year.
Rumours of a “one-time internet connection” as DRM are unfounded. The real reason – as befitting a game like Control – is far stranger.
"Alan, wake up."
You might want to check the fine print on Control's "free next-gen upgrade" offer.
Without meaning to sound disparaging, the best thing about The Foundation – the first of two new DLCs coming to Remedy Entertainment’s most recent release– is...
Control and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus are among the 11 new games coming to PlayStation Now this month.
Control DLC is on the way, but Remedy is also working on three other games.
The winner, a talented video game photographer, received a very special bundle from the Federal Bureau of Control.
For The Game Awards 2019, weird wins (at least in the nomination numbers).
55% of that windfall payment goes to 505 Games, Control's publisher.
505 Games has revealed the post-launch content roadmap for Remedy Entertainment’s Control.
In its latest patch, Control takes aim at the performance woes that have hampered the critically acclaimed game on base consoles. Is it enough?
Remedy has always been a studio that cares about the single-player experience. Does Control continue the studio's stellar reputation?
Control, the latest from Remedy Entertainment, releases tomorrow – August 27, 2019. (Though the review embargo lifts today, so keep your eyes peeled for our impressions).
Poets of the Fall, good friends with Remedy's Sam Lake, have provided music for the Control soundtrack.
Going for gold.