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Observer: System Redux Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in July


The cyberpunk world of Bloober Team’s Observer: System Redux will make its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 16, 2021.

The definitive vision of the title, Observer: System Redux puts players in the shoes of elite investigator Daniel Lazarski that serves as an Observer. This role allows him to creep into your suspect’s mind, examine their dreams, expose their fears, and extract the information that you need.

Note that the System Redux brings quality-of-life improvements, the “Errant Signal”, “Her Fearful Symmetry” and “It Runs in the Family” quests, and revised character models to the original Observer release.

Originally released last year, learn more with the trailer below:

Observer System Redux – New Features Trailer

According to Bloober Team CEO Piotr Babieno:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]”As the first horror title for next-gen consoles, Observer: System Redux absolutely wowed cyberpunk and thriller fans on day one. Fans of the original and new Observer: System Redux players love the new missions, but with next-gen consoles being hard to find, we’ve left many fans out in the cold. Now, the new Observer: System Redux missions, gameplay improvements, and content have been back-ported to Observer: System Redux for fans to enjoy.”[/testimonials]

You can read our review of the PlayStation 5 version here, which we gave a 90/100 and one of our Sleeper Hit of the Year awards for 2020.

Source: Press Release
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