Bloober Shares OBSERVER: SYSTEM REDUX Comparison Screenshots; Title Will Be Showcased Soon
According to developer and publisher Bloober Team, Observer: System Redux will be showcased during the first IGN Summer of Gaming event, which has been delayed to June 8 due to the ongoing protests over the tragic death of George Floyd. The upcoming show was originally supposed to take place on Friday (June 5).
The event has been postponed, but the Polish studio recently released two brand-new screenshots, allowing us to take a closer look at the biggest differences between the graphics in the original title and the remaster.
For those unfamiliar with Observer: System Redux, the game was officially announced in April as a full-blown remake of the award-winning original, which made its debut in 2017. Although nothing has been set in stone, chances are that Observer: System Redux will be a launch title for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Observer: System Redux will also feature some never-before-seen missions — as it will be at least 20% longer than its predecessor — so even those who have already experienced the story of detective Dan Lazarski — played by the late Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner) — should keep an eye on the next-gen game.
Be sure to check out the aforementioned (and hi-res) screenshots for Observer: System Redux down below:
One of the scariest cyberpunk stories has been rebuilt and augmented for the next generation. Veteran Observers can dive deeper into this dystopian reality thanks to expanded gameplay and brand-new story content, while newcomers will get the chance to experience this cyberpunk thriller in all its chilling next-gen glory.
Observer: System Redux is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in 2020.
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