Alan Wake DLC now available for free to Xbox One owners
Both editions of Alan Wake DLC, The Signal and The Writer, are now available for all owners of the Xbox version of the game for free. So, if you own the original title and haven’t tried the expansions yet, head on over to the Xbox Store and download them now.
Microsoft already put Alan Wake on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list so if you own the Xbox 360 version, you can also play it on your Xbox One console without any additional purchases. However, if you don’t have the Xbox 360 version, the standalone game costs $19.99 in the Xbox One Store.
[irp posts=”29554″ name=”Battleborn now available for pre-order on Xbox One and PC”]
When Remedy launched The Signal in July 2010, it was available to owners of new copies of Alan Wake for free but it was priced at $20 for those who didn’t own the game. When The Writer was released in October 2010, it originally cost $6.99. Both of these episodes are additions to the original Alan Wake story.
Order new Xbox and receive Alan Wake for free
Microsoft recently introduced a new bundle to promote its newly released hit title, Quantum Break, with the bundle featuring a Cirrus White Xbox One console and controller, Quantum Break, and the original Alan Wake. This bundle is now available for $299. Previously, Remedy ran a promotion which allowed people who pre-ordered Quantum Break to receive Alan Wake for free. So, as you can see, there were (and are) a lot of alternative ways to get Alan Wake on your Xbox One console.
If you want to download the DLCs, you can do so from Xbox Store download links below:
RELATED STORIES YOU NEED TO CHECK OUT:
- Gears of War 4 release date set, take a look at the official trailer
- Rayman Fiesta Run Windows 10 Edition now available on the Windows Store
- Windows 10 and Xbox One Fable Legends still on the horizon?
- Saints Row 4 now available on Xbox One’s backward compatibility list
- Battleborn now available for pre-order on Xbox One and PC
Microsoft is all set to launch its next big update, Windows 10 version 1809 in October. While that should be a nice piece of news […]
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update (otherwise 18H2) rollout might now be two to three weeks away. For the last few months, new build previews […]