Observer System Redux feature

Observer: System Redux releases on November 10th

Bloober Team has announced that Observer: System Redux will release on November 10th. In other words, this will be a launch title for next-gen consoles. Thankfully, the PC version will release alongside the next-gen console versions.

Observer: System Redux comes with upgraded textures, new animations, models and effects. Additionally, it supports both Ray Tracing and HDR lighting.

Furthermore, this new version of Observer offers expanded gameplay, which includes new game mechanics, new secrets to find, redesigned stealth, additional neural interrogations, and quality-of-life improvements made with the help of the Observer community.

Lastly, Bloober Team has released an updated version of its PC demo on Steam. This new version allows the game to work on Windows 7, fixes input in menu and in-game, and more.

You can download the new PC demo for Observer: System Redux from Steam. You can also find here the game’s official PC system requirements.

Stay tuned for more!

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