Observer is a psychological horror game developed by Bloober Team and published by Aspyr.
It is set in a cyberpunk rendition of Kraków, Poland in the year 2084, with detective Daniel Lazarski – who can hack into people’s minds – featuring as the protagonist.
The developer says it could go back to the horror franchises and tell more stories if it can "come up with a good idea."
Physical Day One Edition also launching on the same day for $29.99.
Other visual improvements, such as a dynamic resolution option, have also been added.
Koch Media will provide publishing duties for both horror titles.
A great remaster of a conflicted game.
The remaster will be available next week for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC.
The actor played a key role in the game's story.
Bloober Team's cyberpunk horror title is looking sharp.
The remaster will be there for both system launches.
The enhanced remaster will also be available to existing Observer owners at a reduced price.
Get a look at how much the extra power helps the game come to life.
More praise for that SSD.
The horror developer is looking to either acquire another studio, or be bought out itself.
The upcoming remaster looks sharp in nearly 10 minutes of gameplay footage.
More details to be revealed on June 5th.
Szymon Erdmanski, Project Manager at Bloober Team, speaks about the upcoming next-gen remaster.
But everything depends "on the individual gaming style of the player."
The reveal trailer hypes up new story content and next-gen graphics.
The horror title is in line for a next-gen remaster.
The teaser seems to hint at a sequel to the horror game.
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Bloober Team discusses its cyberpunk, reality-bending horror title.
A complete video walkthrough for The Observer.
Observer's Xbox One X patch details will be revealed closer to the console's launch.
Observer has some interesting ideas marred by some annoying mechanics and all-too-busy visual design.
Reality is what your fears make it.