Provides new quests, character fashions, and extra.
Observer: System Redux, the improved version of Layers of Concern developer Bloober Group’s acclaimed sci-fi horror, might be making the leap to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on sixteenth July.
The unique Observer, launched again in 2017, tells the story of detective Daniel Lazarski (voiced by the late Rutger Hauer) as he investigates a dilapidated Kraków house block, circa 2084, searching for his estranged son. What follows is a compelling mix of dystopian investigation journey and hallucinatory nightmare as Lazarski, utilizing his Observer abilities, delves into the minds of witnesses searching for clues.
Eurogamer referred to as it a “splendid hybrid of CSI, cyberpunk and Silent Hill woven round a potent central efficiency” on its preliminary launch, awarding it a Advocate badge within the course of.
As for Observer: System Redux, it arrived on PC, Xbox Collection X/S, and PS5 final November, utilizing the platforms’ further grunt to ship a variety of technological upgrades – together with ray-tracing, HDR lighting, and new 4K textures.
Unsurprisingly, the actually flashy stuff will not be making the transition to the older PS4 and Xbox One, however the consoles will profit from System Redux’s much-improved character fashions, numerous gameplay enhancements, and brand-new aspect quests.
Assuming nothing has modified dramatically since final yr’s launch so far as gameplay additions go, that ought to a imply whole of three new aspect quests (titled Errant Sign, Her Fearful Symmetry, and It Runs within the Household), further neural interrogations, new secrets and techniques, and, mercifully, redesigned stealth.
Observer: System Redux will value $29.99 USD (round £22) in terms of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on sixteenth July.