New Video Shows How PS5 And Xbox Series X Improve Observer: System Redux's Graphics

Observer: System Redux's graphics comparison between current and next-gen also show redesigned character models.

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While it's been a few months since we've seen or heard anything about Observer: System Redux, developer Bloober Team is back to show off the next-gen update.

GameSpot can exclusively reveal a brand-new graphics comparison showing what the power of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will do to Observer. Bloober Team's lighting artist Tomasz Bentkowski helped breakdown the new visual enhancements, which include things like global illumination, high-dynamic-range and ray-tracing, volumetric lighting, and others. These enhancements create an image that is more realistically lit.

"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 will feature a plethora of visual improvements. In addition to the various lighting enhancements, the graphics comparison reveals character model redesigns with more detailed textures, new flickering lights effects, and more.

Observer: System Redux, a definitive edition of the original version of Observer, will also ship with improved gameplay and new story content. It's slated to drop on PS5 and Xbox Series X this holiday.

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