Remedy would later work on Quantum Break, which was announced during the Xbox One event on 21 May 2013. The game was released on April 5, 2016. During the development of Quantum Break, the CEO of Remedy, Matias Myllyrinne, and Oskari Häkkinen, the head of franchise development, departed from the company. Remedy later announced the formation of a new team and that they're working on two projects. The first being a partnership with Smilegate on CrossFire 2. The second being published by 505 Games, which revealed at E3 2018 to be Control.
- Death Rally (1996) (PC)
- Death Rally (2011) (Android, iPhone/iPod, PC)
- Max Payne (2001) (PC, Xbox, PS2, GBA, Android, iOS)
- Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (2003)
- Alan Wake (2010) (PC, Xbox 360)
- Alan Wake: The Signal (DLC)
- Alan Wake: The Writer (DLC)
- Alan Wake's American Nightmare (2012) (PC, Xbox 360)
- Quantum Break (2016) (PC, Xbox One)
- Control (2019) (PC, Xbox One, PS4)
- Control: The Foundation (DLC)
- Control: AWE (DLC)
- Alan Wake Remastered (2021)
Tropes used in Remedy games:
- Creator Cameo: Sam Lake, Creative Director and writer at Remedy, shows up in roles of varying importance in several of their projects:
- Max Payne: Most famously, he appears as the face for Max himself in the first game, though he was replaced for the second and third games.
- Alan Wake: He appears As Himself on an optional broadcast of The Harry Garrett Show, giving his famous Max Payne scowl.
- Quantum Break: He can be seen playing an important character in a trailer for an Alan Wake-written movie. He also plays a member of the band My Bleeding Clock, as seen by a poster Jack owned in his youth.
- Creator Thumbprint: All of their original full-length games (beside Death Rally) have been third-person shooters with Mind Screwy plots based around a semi-localized breakdown of reality where the protagonist wears a dark jacket (usually leather), and has some kind of powers which involves time. Control generally follows most of that, barring the time powers.
- Ink-Suit Actor: Ever since Alan Wake, the majority of Remedy characters have been directly modeled after their actors, most likely to make Medium Blending easier.
- Production Posse: Throughout the years and across Remedy's numerous franchises, a group of actors now make regular appearances in most of the Remedy games, including:
- James McCaffrey is the voice of Max Payne as well as his Self-Parody Alex Casey and poet Thomas Zane in Alan Wake. He also voices Zachariah Trench in Control.
- Matthew Porretta is the voice of Alan Wake in all of Wake's appearances, as well as Mr. Scratch in Alan Wake's American Nightmare, and Dr. Casper Darling in Control.
- Ilkka Villi is the Motion Capture for Alan Wake in all of his appearances, as well as the Mocap for both Mr. Scratch in Alan Wake's American Nightmare and Tom Zane in Control.
- Poets of the Fall, who regularly make music for Remedy games, have played both Fake Band Old Gods of Asgard, and/or as themselves in Max Payne 2, Alan Wake, Alan Wake's American Nightmare, and Control.
- Courtney Hope plays a supporting role as time-traveler Beth Wilder in Quantum Break and lead role as Director Jesse Faden in Control.
- Sean Durrie plays Conspiracy Theorist cab driver Nick Marsters in Quantum Break, and Jesse's estranged brother Dylan Faden in Control.
- Working Title: A few of their productions have used working titles early in development.