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Time Breaker is the third and final episode in Night Springs, Alan Wake 2's first expansion.

Synopsis & Goals[]

Quote1 We often look back and wonder, what if? What if the path not taken had in fact been our charted course? Would we be happier? Or are we, with our set of choices behind us, the lucky ones? And what if, nothing would be different? What if for some of us, our destiny, across an endless number of versions of ourselves, has been defined and locked beyond any causality of circumstance, beyond the forces in any one reality, but across all realities. For one man, the magnetic pull of destiny is so great it breaks time and space. We join this lone operative, many versions of him in fact, as he chases his nemesis, a dangerous being known as the Master of Many Worlds, across the multiverse, across the many versions of a city that is always the same, yet always different, in... Night Springs. Tonight's reality-bending episode: Time Breaker. Quote2
― Opening Narration

SPEAK WITH THE DIRECTOR[]

GO TO THE GREEN ROOM[]

  • Look over the script
  • Examine the body

INVESTIGATE THE FOREST[]

  • Find the energy node
  • Find the energy node at the creek in the forest
  • Charge the PRS with the energy node
  • Use the PRS with the TV

FIND A WAY OUT OF THE HOTEL[]

  • Charge the PRS with an energy node
  • Use the PRS with the TV

CONFRONT THE MASTER OF MANY WORLDS[]

  • Charge the PRS with an energy node
  • Find a TV and use your PRS
Quote1 We have witnessed a case of mistaken identity. But in the vastness of the multiverse, with an endless number of versions of ourselves, what is identity anyway? Can there be more than one Master of Many Worlds? Or did our hero take a wrong turn somewhere along the way? Was this particular journey precisely what was needed to make him the one he was meant to become? One thing is certain: I am your host, the one and only Warlin Door, and this is... Night Springs. Quote2
― Closing Narration.

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