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The Signifier: Director’s Cut Hits The PC This Month

The Signifier: Director’s Cut Hits The PC This Month

The Signifier: Director’s Cut

The release date for The Signifier: Director’s Cut update is here and it looks like fans of the Signifier will see it on the PC very soon

The update was announced and now we have a bit on when it is going to come for The Signifier: Director’s Cut… on the PC. It is still slated to head out there for the PS5 and Xbox Series X at some point, but for now it looks like the PC side of it all has the date set down. Those who already own The Signifier on the various PC platforms out there, can look to add this free upgrade on April 22nd to add a whole new level of gameplay into the mix. Well, more extras that had to be cut for the first launch of the game and have now been added back in to give us all the true scope of what the team was going for. All a great reason to spin it back up yet again.

I am guessing that since the PC version of The Signifier already had all of the graphical updates, that is why we are getting this dropped on us now as the team gets those ready for the other systems out there. This will bring the game the expanded narrative content, bonus gameplay features, and optimizations we had listed before but it looks like the graphical stuff was not a huge thing to bring here. That is all based on how well your PC can run the game and there should not be a huge need for that at this point. Most likely the best call to make for this version of The Signifier: Director’s Cut so gamers can get in on it earlier than later. PC gamers do not like having to wait for those pesky console gamers out there and this will give them all one more thing to lord over with it all.

The Signifier: Director’s Cut — Announcement


Developer Playmestudio and publisher Raw Fury have revealed that The Signifier: Director’s Cut, the definitive edition of 2020’s psychological tech-noir thriller, will launch on April 22 for PC and Mac via Steam, GOG, and Humble. And it’s free for all owners of the original game!

Here’s what’s coming in The Signifier: Director’s Cut:

  • Expanded narrative content featuring new memories, dialogue and voice-over, three additional story endings, and a new epilogue giving greater insight to key characters and choices.
  • Next-gen enhancements, including support for an average of 60 FPS at 4K and 100+ FPS at 1080p, as well as faster loading times and high-resolution textures.
  • Improved performance and experience, including better load times and frame rate, revamped animations and UI, and optimizations for lower-end PCs.
  • Bonus gameplay features, including a new difficulty setting for those purely interested in experiencing the game’s story, plus new menu tips, clues, and remappable controls.
  • Free upgrade for anyone who owns The Signifier on Steam, GOG.com, or the Humble Store when the new title update launches!

The Signifier is a surreal first-person adventure that blends experimental investigation, psychology, and artificial intelligence. When the vice president of the world’s largest tech company turns up dead in her home, it’s up to you to explore her memories and emotions with a revolutionary brain scanner to uncover what happened. Move freely between three dimensions — reality, objective memories, and subjective feelings — searching for clues in mind-bending environments, discovering important revelations, solving puzzles, and putting the pieces together in pursuit of the truth.

Will you be jumping into The Signifier on the 22nd here or will you need more than what is listed to go through the story one more time? Do you think that it is the graphical things that are keeping the console upgrades a bit further off? When do you think we will see everyone out there get those upgrades and be able to enjoy the full version of all of this here? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you wish. If there is more for The Signifier: Director’s Cut, know we will share it all here. Just be sure to keep checking back for all of that and everything else that we could offer you. Hopefully, you will not be disappointed.

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