Remedy’s Upcoming Control Spin-off Is Not Free-To-Play; Currently In Pre-Production Stages

Remedy has revealed new details in its annual financial report.

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  • Remedy Entertainment has recently unveiled new details for the upcoming Control spin-off project.
  • As per the studio’s annual financial report, it is not free-to-play and is in the pre-production stages.
  • Its initial budget stands at €25 million ($27.1 million) and will arrive on PC and current-gen consoles.

Remedy Entertainment has shared new details for its upcoming Control spin-off—codenamed Project Condor—in its annual financial report. The four-player PvE experience is not free-to-play, but the devs claim that it will be priced at the lower end. It intends to generate “a long tail of revenue through updates, game expansions, and possibly microtransactions.

Remedy Entertainment has confirmed a myriad of new details for project Condor.
Remedy Entertainment has confirmed a myriad of new details for Project Condor. || Image Source: Remedy Entertainment.

The game is currently in the pre-production stages, with an initial budget of €25 million (or $27.1 million). Additionally, it is aiming to release for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S platforms.

The Multiplayer Control Spin-Off Is Shaping Up To Be An Exciting Experience 

Besides revealing the technical details of the project, the financial report also touches on the lore of Project Condor. The Oldest House is now under lockdown after the Hiss Invasion, giving the Federal Bureau of Control to once again take a stand. The players will have to push back the supernatural forces and regain control using gear and teamwork, but it will not be without hurdles. 

With codename Condor, we invite players on a collective journey into the depths of the Oldest House. Within, they’ll face overwhelming enemies and obstacles, but by relying on their gear and each other, they will have a chance for survival.”

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Since the Control spin-off is quite early in development at the moment, we can expect it to launch in the next few years. The devs will likely announce a launch window as the game nears its completion—the development speed is expected to ramp up since the AAA horror, Alan Wake 2, was released a few months ago.

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