Bloober Team and Anshar Studios’ popular futuristic horror game, Observer: System Redux, has confirmed that it will eventually make its way to next-gen consoles. After supporting the new generation from its launch, the title will also be available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this summer. More precisely, it will be July 16 that we will be able to take advantage of the digital version of Observer: System Redux. But the thing does not end there, since the distributor Koch Media has confirmed that it will market an edition in physical format. It will be called Day One Edition and will be priced at 29.99 euros. The incentives that this release brings will be a copy of the game, an art book, and a CD with the soundtrack. Observer: System Redux is, according to its developers, a review with additions and visual improvements to the original title. In 2084, the future has become much darker than anyone could imagine. We will play the role of Daniel Lazarski, a detective capable of transcending between reality and virtual to solve the cases entrusted to him. In true Blade Runner style, we can hack the minds of victims. In this way, we will get useful clues or clues to unmask the murderers responsible for the brutal crimes taking place in the city. As we said before, Observer: System Redux is available for PCs and next-gen consoles such as Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5. This version includes some additions such as new puzzles, missions to complete, new mechanics and some other details that remain to improve, plus, if possible, the gaming experience. To get a feel for everything you can read the analysis made by our colleague Mario here.