It's normal for new console generations to come with a lot of remakes and remasters, especially when the game in question was a significant success. Developer, Bloober Team may have been teasing something for some time. \n \nThis past Wednesday, April 8th, Bloober Team officially announced one game to look out for in the upcoming next-generation consoles; Observer: System Redux on Twitter. \n \n \n \nThe game company doesn't go into details on what Observer: System Redux is, however, from the title and the fact that the teaser trailer makes use of the original game story signals to some remix or remaster. \n \nWhat makes the announcement intriguing is the promise of a full "next-generation console" reveal being hinted. So, when possible, is this reveal taking place? From the initial banner on Bloober Team's Facebook page, it showed a date "April 16th" that provided essential information on its future revealing. However, that particular image has been taken down, but we managed to get a shot of the specific image. \n \n \n \nGameplay \nThe Observer is an exciting first-person adventure game featuring a well-crafted setting and characters, as well as the team's signature transitions, which manage to carry everything forward despite the gameplay, which gets slightly repetitive over time. \nWhile the single elements may not be particularly original, the sum of the parts more than makes up for it, making Observers a worthy purchase for fans of psychological horror and dystopian settings. \n \nThe game is staged in Poland In the year 2084, a time where mega-corporations like Chiron, enforce anarchy on the land of Poland after a significant catastrophic event known as the digital plague that claimed the lives of thousands. \n \nThe aftermath of the digital plague made it worse for the survivors as most were better off dead. These plague victims took narcotics to ease the emotional trauma and distract themselves from a society where thoughts were under scrutiny by the government. \n \nTo keep the citizen’s thought under control, Chiron started a police movement, called the Observer of which the protagonist is Daniel Lazarski. These Observers are licensed to penetrate their targets' memories and fears at will through the Dream Eater. The purpose of this unique ability is to silence those who may pose a threat to the new order. \n \nSo much for that. \n \nWhile PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will feature backward compatibility, it's also likely there won't be much remastered, and ports, unlike current consoles, did during their launch. We can only hope to see more new versions of old games ported directly into PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. \n \nCheck back for more details on the revealing of Observer: System Redux for next-generation consoles soon!