Remedy Entertainment, the development studio behind Control, released their latest financial report where CEO Tero Virtala revealed that Remedy Entertainment earned 31.6 million euros ($34,229,120) in revenue for 2019. This is mostly generated from Control and Alan Wake. Tero Virtala restated that there is two paid DLCs under works for Control and suspects that the the game’s popularity will continue to grow. The DLCs are expected to release this year.
Additionally, Tero Virtala revealed that Remedy Entertainment is working on three game projects. The first game is a single player campaign for Smilegate’s 2016 release CrossfireX. At E3 2019, Smilegate announced a partnership with Microsoft and will be intending to bring CrossfireX to Xbox One, a first console release for the Crossfire series, Remedy is expecting to release the single player campaign with the Xbox One of release CrossfireX sometime in 2020.
Remedy Entertainment is attempting to create their own live service multiplayer game. This project is going by Vanguard, and has progressed far enough to have an internal playable build. Parts of Vanguard have been outsourced to other studios to expand the development capabilities that Vanguard will require. Remedy Entertainment has one more project in the work but the project name is yet to be revealed. Tero Virtala has claimed that the game is progressing well.
With the exception of Vanguard, all of Remedy Entertainment’s projects will be using their own Northlight game engine. Remedy Entertainment developed Northlight for Control, and has improved on AI and animation technology that utilizes motion matching. Northlight intends to take advantage of the next generation of console’s hardware utilizing ray tracing and more improvements to AI. Remedy Entertainment is developing Northlight to have online functionality which can be added to future projects. Remedy Entertainment plans spending 2020 developing games owned and controlled by themselves with supporting CrossfireX being the exception.