Since its release in 2010, Alan Wake has received considerable praise for its storyline, which is split into several episodes. If you’re looking to work out how long Alan Wake is, take a look below to find out how many episodes are in Alan Wake Remastered and how much of the game you have left to complete, as well as details on how to access the game’s DLC.
Alan Wake Remastered All Episodes
In total, there are six episodes in Alan Wake and its remaster. Each episode follows from the previous and, since the story can get a little confusing, begins with a recap to explain the game’s plot so far. The six episodes in Alan Wake are titled as follows:
- Episode One: Nightmare
- Episode Two: Taken
- Episode Three: Ransom
- Episode Four: The Truth
- Episode Five: The Clicker
- Episode Six: Departure
After completing the sixth and final episode, you will be able to replay the game on Nightmare mode, where you’ll be able to find manuscript pages available only on that difficulty. Finding all manuscript pages and completing the game on Nightmare difficulty are required to unlock two of the game’s achievements or trophies.
How To Access Alan Wake Remastered DLC Episodes
Alan Wake Remastered also includes the base game’s two DLC episodes, which continues after the base game’s ending. The two DLC episodes are as follows:
- Special One: The Signal
- Special Two: The Writer
To access the above two DLC episodes of Alan Wake, you’ll need to have finished the main game and will need to navigate to the Episode screen from the main menu, choose your preferred difficulty, and then select the DLC episodes from the list of all of the game’s episodes.
Alan Wake Remastered is available now for PC via the Epic Games Store and all Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The game is a remaster of the 2010 classic, which comes with improved visuals and game performance.