- Observer: System Redux will be 20% longer than the original.
- This has been achieved with additional story threads, but also by adding new elements to the gameplay.
- The title will use all the capabilities of the DualSense controller.
Next-gen edition of Observer: System Redux will be 20% longer than the first release from 2017. The information was provided in Wccftech's interview with representatives of Bloober Team. The interview also included details of how the DualSense controller will be used by the game.
Bloober Team will strongly mark its presence at the launch of next-gen consoles. Observer: System Redux is a launch title for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. In early December, the horror game The Medium will debut (exclusively on PC and Xbox Series X|S). For the time being, however, all attention is focused on the refreshed version of Observer.
Bloober Team's project manager Szymon Erdmanski took part in the interview with the editorial staff of Wccftech. He revealed that thanks to new story threads, the time needed to complete the game has increased by about 20%. This was achieved by adding variety to the gameplay, adding new environmental puzzles in many places.
What about the aforementioned use of DualSense? Bloober Team sees Sony's controller as an additional way to experience the game. An example of this is the "feeling" of the effect of entering neural investigations and overdosing certain substances present in the game. The team assures that they made every effort to make the player "feel" the story of detective Lazarski.
Observer: System Redux will debut on November 10, on PC and Xbox Series X|S. The PlayStation 5 version will be released two days later, on November 12.
- Observer: System Redux - official website