The third-person shooter is heading to PC and consoles this summer.

Control was announced last year, and couples third-person shooting with additional mechanics stemming from protagonist Jesse’s powers of telekinesis, and Remedy has narrowed down the 2019 release window to this summer, according to Game Informer.

The specific launch date hasn’t yet been revealed.

Control features Remedy’s new physics system, and new motion matching animation to “get rid of some of the jankiness” that popped up in Quantum Break.

The last trailer showed us the creepy innards of The Oldest House were the Federal Bureau of Control is located.

Control will no doubt be just as unsettling as Alan Wake, which embraced the paranormal and kept things plenty spooky.

The game is coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One at some point this summer.

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