Live action Alan Wake in the Alan Wake 2 mission We Sing

Alan Wake 2 We Sing Mission Explained

The Alan Wake 2 mission We Sing is a strange one that absolutely needs an explanation. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered.

Alan Wake 2 is no stranger to bizarre missions, and the Alan-focused chapter, We Sing, is perhaps the strangest. If you’re hoping for an explanation or just wondering what all the buzz is about, then you’ve come to the right place. However, we must stress that this is a mission best experienced in person first.

This article contains spoilers for the Alan Wake 2 mission We Sing.

Alan Wake 2 We Sing

Alan Wake 2 We Sing happens around halfway into Alan’s story, during his 4th Chapter named Initiation 4: We Sing. During this sequence, Alan is transported back to the green room for the talk show In Between with Mr. Door. However, he’s quickly sucked into the TV, where you can experience an entire rock opera performed by the live-action versions of Alan, Mr. Door,  Alex Casey and more.

Alan Wake watching Mr. Door singing in Alan Wake 2 mission We Sing
Yep, that’s acclaimed British actor David Harewood singing in Alan Wake 2. Credit – Kakuchopurei

The musical is scored by the in-universe band The Old Gods of Asgard, who in real life are the Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall. Alex Casey, Mr. Door, and Alan can all be seen dancing, as well as some backup dancers, and if you stay around in one location for too long, they’ll point you in the right direction.

Alan Wake watching live action Alan Wake dancing in Alan Wake 2
Alan Wake watching live-action Alan Wake dancing in Alan Wake 2. Credit – Kakuchopurei

It’s a strange mission, one that sees you go from location to location dealing with bad guys and more as the music plays in the background. It’s easy to see why this Lynchian musical number is one of the most popular levels in the game. If you want to watch it for yourself, you can do so below, although be aware of spoilers. Additionally, make sure to check out our Games Hub for more Alan Wake 2 guides.

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