Observer: System Redux Shows Next-Gen Graphics in New Trailer

Bloober Team revealed a new trailer for Observer: System Redux, the next-gen version of 2017’s single-player psychological horror Observe. System Redux is slated to come to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X this holiday 2020.

The trailer gives players a quick walkthrough of the game’s next-gen graphics. The developer walks players through some of the lighting and textures that they were able to create and a new way to guide the player through the game’s world. The developer is aiming for a new sense of immersion as they take each scene and enhance it. Furthermore, the team shows how they’ve recreated each character model.

Observer: System Redux is a remastered release that features some new story events that aim to take players deeper into the nightmare. A trailer was released that shows the game’s updated visuals with the character voiced by Rutger Hauer in one of his last acting roles. The game also features Polish musician and actor Arkadiusz Jakubik as Janus Jukowsk, a veteran struggling with early model cybernetics.

Observer: System Redux is set in the year 2084 as the world is grimmer than anyone could have imagined. Following a digital plague known as Nanphage, which killed thousands of people who chose to augment their minds, and a war that left corporations in control of the region, you find yourself in the middle of it all. During gameplay, you take no role as a detective who can hack into suspects’ minds and expose their fears and dreams as you gather information for your investigation.

Observer is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

You can watch the trailer below:


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