The new patch for Control, version 1.04, has added a photo mode to the game, and removed offline play, and disables compatibility with the Steam controller.
Epic Games has been bringing quite a few titles on board as exclusives (though some timed) this year. Judging by comments made by some developers, such as Super Meat Boy Forever creator Tommy Refenes and the Ooblets devs, it appears that Epic’s been offering some financially appealing terms to studios for exclusivity, but actual figures for deals so far haven’t been clear. Now, however, it looks like we might have an idea.
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Control has finally been given a release date – August 27 of this year – after the developer confirmed to Eurogamer that a leak in the Microsoft store was indeed correct. The game comes from Remedy, the studio behind Alan Wake and Quantum Break, and, like them, will see a supernatural protagonist thrown into a bizarre and distorted reality.
Remedy, the next game from the developers of Quantum Break and the Max Payne series, will release this summer. That information comes via GameInformer, who revealed the game’s release window earlier today. While we know we’ll get a chance to play the Alan Wake studio’s next project within the next six months or so, there’s no exact Control release date at this point.