Latest Trailer for OBSERVER: SYSTEM REDUX Shines a Light on Its Cutting-Edge Features


Category: Observer: System Redux

Latest Trailer for OBSERVER: SYSTEM REDUX Shines a Light on Its Cutting-Edge Features

Bloober Team has shared an intense Observer: System Redux trailer, focusing on the visual upgrades over the 2017 original, including hi-res assets and textures, new animations and models, and reworked lighting.

Although Bloober has partnered with Epic Games Publishing to bring Observer System Redux and The Medium to the Epic Games Store, the Blair Witch studio has now announced that both video games will also be available on Steam, and you can download the next-gen remake game's free demo right now.

According to the Polish developer and publisher, Observer: System Redux will also offer you the chance to solve three never-before-seen cases — and fans of the award-winning original should be happy to hear that the new missions will be pretty lengthy — as the upcoming game will be 20% longer than the first Observer.

To bring the ambitious game to life, Bloober has joined forces with Anshar Studios — the Katowice-based team responsible for Detached and Gamedec, an isometric RPG that is heading to PC and Nintendo Switch.

Be sure to take a closer look at the new trailer for Bloober and Anshar's 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, Xbox Series X, and PC (via Steam and the EGS) in 2020.

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