Remedy’s ‘Control’ Nabs Sequel And Multiplayer Spin-Off

Remedy Entertainment has officially signed a co-publishing and development agreement with 505 Games, thus spawning a multiplayer spin-off and sequel for its popular and well-received title Control.

Originally released in 2019, the game is a third-person action-adventure journey that revolves around the Federal Bureau of Control, a secret U.S government agency created to handle strange and supernatural events. The game is critically acclaimed with more than over 20 “Game of the Year” awards under its belt.

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Set in the same world as Control, the spin-off, codenamed Condor, will be a new four-player cooperative player vs. environment (PvE) game that seeks to explore another side of the universe.

While there are still no news regarding the multiplayer spin-off, Remedy says the project has the “potential to engage the gaming community in the long run”, leaving us to assume it could be a session-based survival shooter with high replayability. The new project will be available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

Additionally, the agreement seeks to further expand the Control franchise with another “bigger-budget” Control game with more details to follow in the future.

Looks like there’ll be plenty of Control content for fans to enjoy in the near future.