Add new quests, character models, and more.
Observer: System Redux, an extension of the acclaimed sci-fi horror of the Layers of Fear developer Bloomer Team, will leap to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 16th.
The original observer, released in 2017, was when detective Daniel Lazarski (spoken by the late Rutger Hauer) investigated a dilapidated Krakow apartment around 2084 in search of his estranged son. It is a story of. Below is a fascinating blend of dystopian investigative adventures and hallucinatory nightmares. Lazarsky uses the talent of the observer to delve into the witness’s mind for clues.
In its first release, called it “a great hybrid of CSI, cyberpunk and Silent Hill with a strong central performance” and awarded a recommendation badge in the process.
Observer: System Redux, which appeared on PC, Xbox Series X / S, and PS5 last November, uses the additional growls of the platform for a variety of technical features such as ray tracing, HDR lighting, and new 4K textures. Provided an upgrade.
Not surprisingly, the really flashy doesn’t move to the old PS4 and Xbox One, but the console benefits from System Redux’s significantly improved character model, various gameplay enhancements, and a whole new side quest. I will.
As for the addition of gameplay, assuming it hasn’t changed dramatically since last year’s release, a total of three new side quests (Errant Signal, Her Fearful Symmetry, It Runs in the Family), additional nerve interrogations, new secrets, And mercifully redesigned stealth.
Observer: For Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on July 16th, System Redux will cost $ 29.99 USD.