Head of franchise development Oskari Häkkinen said that the studio isn't "locked out" of retail after making downloadable spinoff Alan Wake's American Nightmare.
"No, absolutely we could do full retail for Alan Wake," he told Digital Spy.
"I've got nothing to announce on that, but Alan Wake is very close to our hearts. It's our intellectual property, we do hope that people that find Alan Wake's American Nightmare will find the original Alan Wake and we'll have more fans of the franchise.
"We'll see where we go from there, but it's nothing that we've locked out of [in terms of] opportunities that we can take from the past that we can take in the future."
Alan Wake was released on PC last week and made back its development costs in under 48 hours.
Nordic Games will publish the PC version at retail from March 2 in the UK, alongside a Collector's Edition.
Standalone release Alan Wake's American Nightmare will be available on Xbox Live Arcade this Wednesday, February 22 for 1200 Microsoft Points (£10.20 / $15).
> Read our review of Alan Wake's American Nightmare
> Read a previous interview with Remedy Entertainment on Alan Wake
Watch the launch trailer for Alan Wake's American Nightmare below: