Rutger Hauer, the Iconic Voice Behind Dan/Observer, Talks Gaming, Technology, and Fears in Interview Footage

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In celebration of Observer: System Redux going gold, Bloober Team has released a second interview video with the late Rutger Hauer which was shot during the actor’s time in-studio recording lines for Observer. In the video originally shot in 2017, Hauer digs into his time with the team and answers questions about where people and technology intersect. 

Part one of the interview with Rutger Hauer:

In filmmaking and also the visual arts, what makes the difference is how the camera… how the angle is and what it looks at. Everything’s subjective because of that angle. How we destroy ourselves and with what depends on how you look at it.

Rutger Hauer

Part two of the interview with Rutger Hauer:

We had unused VO material we didn’t use in the original game, and we were able to use that to create new stories. As a team, we wanted to create a tribute for Rutger, and the best way for us to do that was in our game. In a way, being able to share his voice again felt special.

Piotr Babineo, Bloober Team CEO. 
About Observer: System Redux

Observer: System Redux adds three new major missions: Errant Signal, Her Fearful Symmetry, and It Runs in the Family, updated characters models, and new locations. This new content is supported by the latest in next-gen features such as 4K resolution, upgraded textures, new animations, models, and effects, all transformed with ray-tracing and HDR lighting. Observer: System Redux will be released in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean at launch.

Observer: System Redux will be available on PC and Xbox Series X November 10th, 2020, with a follow-up release for PlayStation 5 on November 12, 2020. Observer: System Redux is now available to pre-order on Epic Game Store and Xbox for €29.99 and $29.99.

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