Remedy has announced that the PC version of Alan Wake will finally be released in February. Unlike the Xbox360 version though, it will be published directly by the Finnish developer.
The game will be available via Steam, implying that it won't bear the Games For Windows - LIVE tag. Announced in 2005, Alan Wake was to be launched on both the X360 and Windows Vista. However, 2010 saw only the Xbox release, with Remedy hinting that the PC version wouldn't surface any time soon. Now after a long wait, gamers will be able to control Alan with a keyboard and mouse. According to the developers, the PC version will also include extra downloadable content, such as additional episodes.
The game's download size will be around 7.5 GB and will play nice with NVIDIA 3D Vision. Those who want to know whether their machine will handle the game can check the minimum hardware requirements posted by the developer.