Control - Standard Edition

Control Ultimate Edition

Control Ultimate Edition contains the main game and all previously released Expansions ("The Foundation" and "AWE") in one great value package.
A corruptive presence has invaded the Federal Bureau of Control…Only you have the power to stop it. The world is now your weapon in an epic fight to annihilate an ominous enemy through deep and unpredictable environments. Containment has failed, humanity is at stake. Will you regain control?
Winner of over 80 awards, Control is a visually stunning third-person action-adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Blending open-ended environments with the signature world-building and storytelling of renowned developer, Remedy Entertainment, Control presents an expansive and intensely gratifying gameplay experience.

Key features

Uncover the mysteries
Can you handle the bureau’s dark secrets? Unfold an epic supernatural
struggle, filled with unexpected characters and bizarre events, as you
search for your missing brother, and discover the truth that has brought
you here.

Everything is your weapon

Unleash destruction through transforming weaponry and telekinetic
powers. Discover new ways to annihilate your enemies as you harness
powerful abilities to turn everything around you into a lethal weapon.

Explore a hidden world

Delve deep into the ominous expanses of a secretive government
agency. Explore the Bureau’s shifting environments only to discover
that there is always more than meets the eye…

Fight for control

Battle a relentless enemy through exciting missions and challenging
boss fights to earn powerful upgrades that maximize abilities and
customize your weaponry.
Minimum Requirements
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7, 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-4690 / AMD FX 4350
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 / AMD Radeon R9 280X
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 42 GB available space
Additional Notes: Additional Features: Widescreen support 21:9 / Remappable controls / Uncapped frame-rate / G-Sync / Freesync support
Recommended Specifications
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10, 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-7600K / AMD Ryzen 5 1600X
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660/1060 / AMD Radeon RX 580 AMD | For Ray Tracing: GeForce RTX 2060
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 42 GB available space
Additional Notes: Additional Features: Widescreen support 21:9 / Remappable controls / Uncapped frame-rate / G-Sync / Freesync support
  • The game is a bit pricey (when I just checked it was around $114AU) but it is a fantastic story that draws you in and drives you on. If you are a fan of The X-Files or similar genre shows, material… I have no doubt you will enjoy this. An exceptional job from the whole team!

  • Control feels like Remedy firing on all cylinders, resulting in a smart and sensational action-adventure.

  • Control manages to take the awesome cutscenes we see in other games and makes them playable. A bizarre adventure with rewarding power fantasy, this is the culmination of all previous Remedy games. Part exploration game, and part sci-fi shooter, Control blends a tight narrative, stunning graphics with RTX-powered lighting, and a hub-based world to create something entirely new and absolutely gorgeous.

  • Control has flaws, but even these give it character. And don’t detract from the overall enjoyment. A brilliant slice of interactive sci-fi and action in a world where we're not only likely to remember for years to come. But, ponder its meaning too.

  • Control is Remedy's best game in nearly twenty years, and easily one of the best games of 2019.

  • Remedy outdid itself by creating an impeccable narrative experience so intimately interconnected with a bewitching setting, raising the bar for anyone who wants to break into the action adventure genre.

  • A gripping descent into something between alternate history and fever dream, realised beautifully in audiovisual flair, and lacking just slightly in the combat itself.

  • Control is an excellent return to form. Not only is Control comfortably the best Remedy game since Max Payne 2, it may well be the best Remedy game ever. It helps as well that it's astonishingly beautiful, both on technically and artistically; from top to bottom, beginning to end, Control is a feast for the sense. Tantalisingly, the very concept of folklore and urban myths being believe into existence is a truly rich template from which this franchise can build. It’s rare to finish a game and already find myself lusting after a sequel.

  • The perfect blend of narrative and gameplay, coherency and strangeness, Control is a game we’ll be talking about for generations.

  • Control is a marvel both story-wise and technologically, with its extensive use of ray tracing technology. Although the gameplay has a few quirks, it's easily one of the best action games to release this year.

  • Control is the culmination of Remedy's entire oeuvre to-date, pairing a top-tier action game with a dizzyingly dense and layered story about the Federal Bureau of Control, and the everyday horrors within. It's so good, you might even stop asking for Alan Wake 2.

  • Control's thin protagonist and abrupt ending are propped up by an abundance of mystery, wonder, and glorious room-destroying combat.

  • The compelling story and incredibly well done combat system, along with the amazing art style and deep characterization turn Control into a trippy experience full of surprises and lots of mind-bending, Inception-like moments.

  • Control is Remedy's most ambitious game in recent years. The storytelling is as attractive as usual, and other parts of the game such as combat, exploring, collecting, and skills are much improved compared with Quantum Break.

  • Control combines the best elements of Remedy’s third-person pedigree with a well-realized open world that any sci-fan will enjoy.

  • Maybe Control is not a masterpiece, but it's still one of the best games made by Remedy Entertainment and a fascinating sci-fi third person action adventure.

  • Control is an intriguing, fascinating experience. The third-person action, while slick and elegant, is perhaps a little pedestrian - but the completely bonkers story and the rewarding sense of exploration and discovery help cement Control as one of Remedy's best games.

  • Control is by no means a perfect game. We're disappointed that some of the ideas don't go far enough, and it may seem short and repetitive to some. However, it is an emotional game, and a statement of intent by a developer which has lacked creative freedom in the past. Cryptic, captivating, inspiring, beautiful — those are all words that could be used to summarize our experience.

  • Game World Navigator Magazine

    Control takes a while to get in gear, but overall it’s one of the most memorable experiences of the year. [Issue#240, p.36]

  • Control offers some of the best combat from Remedy, balancing supernatural abilities with a handy service weapon. Its non-linear twisted levels, populated with varied Hiss enemies, make for an appealing supernatural world. With a better protagonist and some fine-tuning, it could have been truly extraordinary.

  • Control interweaves a superlative environment with brilliant combat and stellar map design. I just wish that the enemies were more varied at times and the story was a bit more compelling, but that doesn’t make the game bad at all. Control is a wonderful experience that any Remedy fan or supernatural connoisseur would enjoy.

  • Control does have its fair share of issues, like the useless map and the subpar pacing of the story. These flaws, however, are not enough to take away from the ever-entertaining fights against enemies, the great atmosphere and the strong worldbuilding. I for one will not leave the Federal Bureau of Control until I’ve unsheathed the last of its mysteries.

  • A deep, paranormal-based, story, solid gameplay with only minor flaws, Control marks the return of Remedy to high quality games.

  • LEVEL (Czech Republic)

    An audio-visual action banquet that will entertain you with physics and flirting with the supernatural. The story could have been better, the enemy line-up can be quite monotonous towards the end, but the great atmosphere overcomes these shortcomings. And most importantly, the gameplay is great. [Issue#298]

  • Control features Remedy's most original setting yet, the studio's most open-ended game environment yet and great action combat that makes you feel like a badass. The game also stands out on PC as one of the finest examples of real-time ray tracing to date. It shouldn't be passed upon by any action/adventure game fans, even if it's not quite a masterpiece.

  • A feast for your eyes and ears that will satisfy you with fun physics and a touch of the supernatural. The story could be a bit better, the metroidvania features are surplus to requirements and some side missions are a drag, but the atmosphere is top notch - and the gameplay doesn’t lag far behind.

  • Control is one weird, surreal and astonishing experience. While it is lacklustre in some areas of gameplay and possesses some performance issues, it is a prime example in environmental storytelling and clever subtle narrative that encounters some thought-provoking themes.

  • It's not often that a game invades my thoughts the way Control has. I'm at the point where I want to consume every last thing it has to offer. And if I'm honest, it also makes me want to go back and replay Remedy's past games, too. Sure, it's a faulty metroidvania in some respects, but there are so many exceptional qualities afoot that Control handily deflects any momentary ire. I can't wait to take part in discussions about the game, to see what others have figured out, and to better understand where it all fits into Jesse's story.

  • Control is a fun follow-up to the sort of weird surreality from Alan Wake without being a direct story sequel. It has distinctive visuals, a dark sense of humor, lots of fourth-wall breaking, and enjoyable combat. If you're looking for a shooter with its own sense of style and a solid amount of content, look no further than Control. Just don't start getting paranoid about why your controller wasn't where you last saw it....

  • I am disappointed by Control at a high level. In the beginning, the many mysteries and thus my curiosity pulls me through the game, but after a few hours disillusionment is spreading. The characters are as pale as the eternal hallways of the Old House monotonous. Hardly any opponent is a challenge if you regularly build Jesse's weapons and abilities at checkpoints.

  • Control is a interesting experience with the story about other dimensions and supernatural things. But it also fails on that feeling of accomplishment and progression.

  • A really strange 15-hour experience, one that is unfortunately too linear, brings intense gunfights, psy powers, and a really great living environment that defies the laws of physics and time.

  • It’s definitely not the worst way to spend 10-12 hours, especially if you're into supernatural fiction and the new weird. Yet Remedy lacked determination (or maybe skill?) to go the distance.

Control - Standard Edition
39.99 ₳ 19.00 ₳
Title: Control - Standard Edition
Genre: Action, Adventure
Released: 27 August 2020
Developer: Remedy Entertainment
Publisher: 505 Games
  • Remote Play on Phone
  • Remote Play on Tablet
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Remote Play on TV
  • Full controller support
UI Audio Subs
Spanish - Spain
Simplified Chinese
Portuguese - Brazil
Traditional Chinese
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