Bloober Team have shared a brand new trailer for their sci-fi horror game Observer, which is getting a next-gen System Redux version soon. The devs showcased the improved graphics with ray-tracing and many other additions.
Critically acclaimed sci-fi horror title Observer is getting re-released for next-gen consoles later this year and today, the developers Bloober Team have released a new trailer, showcasing the game's gorgeous new looks with ray-tracing and a bunch of other neat visual improvements.
As you can see in the trailer above, the difference is quite staggering and it is safe to say that Observer is on our list of games we cannot wait to play on next-gen consoles. One thing you'll probably notice straight away is the atmosphere, which makes the game even scarier than before.
Bloober Team's lighting artist Tomasz Bentkowski mentioned global illumination, HDR and ray-tracing, volumetric lighting as just some of the visual enhancements that have been added.
"We've been able to create more immersive worlds with the new generation of consoles," Bentkowski said. "Thanks to this, we effectively combine an atmosphere of psychological horror and a dark cyberpunk future."
Observer System Redux is set to release sometime during 2020 holiday season on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. At the moment, there is no mention of the PC version but hopefully, the developers will soon offer an update on this.
The original game is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.