Even though Remedy Entertainment is a developer whose history is rooted in the PC platform with the Max Payne games and Alan Wake, their long-in-development survival horror follow-up, was originally announced for PC and Xbox 360, the game's recent resurgence has surprisingly left PC support in question. Fortunately, Remedy has addressed these concerns online, as discovered by Shacknews.
"I'm a PC gamer at heart (have a Core i7, Radeon 4890, 5.1 audio setup at home) so I do appreciate your concerns," said a Remedy representative going by the name MarkusRMD on the company's official message boards. "Unfortunately all I can say at this point is that we're focusing all our efforts on the 360 version and will be making comments in regards to the PC at a later in time."
It's not unusual for Microsoft to quietly support both platforms, while letting the spotlight remain on the Xbox 360 version, allowing them to claim it's a platform exclusive.