Alan Wake Remas­tered might be com­ing to the Switch. Rem­e­dy has­n’t yet offi­cial­ly announced it, but the game showed up on a rat­ings board in Brazil. The coun­try’s Advi­so­ry Rat­ing Board has pub­lished a list­ing for a title (as seen by VGC) that sug­gests an announce­ment might be on the way soon enough.

Although it does not con­firm the addi­tion to the Switch, Brazil’s rat­ings board has leaked many real games in the past, so it’s pos­si­ble that this could be the real deal. Some­times rat­ings boards post list­ings by mis­take, as was the case when PEGI list­ed Bor­der­lands 3 for the Nin­ten­do Switch.

A spokesper­son for Alan Wake Remas­tered pub­lish­er Epic Games declined to com­ment when asked by VGC. Rem­e­dy also declined to make a state­ment about the pos­si­bil­i­ty of Alan Wake Remas­tered com­ing to the Switch.

Rem­e­dy’s lat­est game, Con­trol, came to the Switch in 2020 as a stream­ing title. This could eas­i­ly be the case for Alan Wake Remastered.

Alan Wake Remas­tered launch­es on Octo­ber 5th for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The game fea­tures 4K graph­ics and 60fps game­play on some plat­forms, along with new cutscenes and bet­ter facial ani­ma­tion. There are also improved tex­tures and more real­is­tic-look­ing char­ac­ter mod­els, as well as bet­ter visu­al effects and light­ing. It’s been over ten years since the orig­i­nal game launched and the visu­al improve­ments will be add to the eerie set­ting of the game.

It’s also rumored that Rem­e­dy is devel­op­ing Alan Wake 2 with the help of Epic Games, who is pub­lish­ing and fund­ing the title.