Observation Comes To Xbox One And Microsoft Store June 25th

Get lost in space on the Microsoft side of things.

Posted By | On 19th, Jun. 2020

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The isolation of deep space has always made for a great setting to explore strange and creepy stories. One such story was last year’s Observation. It had a unique gimmick of controlling an AI to assist and observe Dr. Emma Fisher and her crew by operating the space station’s various assisting tools. Of course, things aren’t quite what they seem, as you’d expect. The game has been available on PC and PS4 for quite some time, now it’s time to come to Microsoft’s systems.

As announced by Devolver Digital and No Code, the game will finally come to Xbox One as well as the Microsoft Store next week. You can see the listing for it here. It also seems that the game will feature Xbox Play Anywhere meaning that purchasing the game on Xbox One will allow you  to have a copy on the Microsoft Store and vice versa.

Observation is available now on PlayStation 4 and PC, with the Xbox One copy launching June 25th. You can read our full review of the game through here.


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