Alice: Madness Returns, the title of American McGee adapting the world of Lewis Caroll, has reappeared in Steam after his elimination five years ago.
The game was eliminated from the valve listings at the end of 2016, because of verification problems by Electronic Arts. The game was still available in origin, but users kept wanting to have it in their libraries, and because of this the price of the keys in the second-hand market had increased exponentially. The game can be purchased at the price of 19’99 euros through this link.
It is possible that the return of the game to Steam may have to do with its recent release, too, on the Xbox Game PASS PC; However, it does not seem that any of the two news point to a hypothetical sequel. American McGee has already expressed, on many occasions, that even though he would like to make a new delivery, the future of the saga does not depend on him, and Electronic Arts is not interested, at the moment, in the return of the title.