The Signifier: Director’s Cut release date announced

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The Signifier: Director's Cut

The Signifier: Director’s Cut is coming to PC and Mac on April 22.

Developer Playmestudio and publisher Raw Fury say that The Signifier: Director’s Cut is “the definitive edition of 2020’s psychological tech-noir thriller.” Plus, it’s free for all owners of the original game.

You’ll be able to find the Director’s Cut via Steam, GOG, and Humble Store.

What’s new in the Director’s Cut?

The Director’s Cut includes an expanded narrative with new memories, dialogue, voiceovers, three additional story endings, and a new epilogue. You can also expect improved performance and optimization for low-end PCs. Lastly, the developers have added a new difficulty setting for those only interested in the game’s story, new menu tips, clues, and remappable controls.

What’s the game about?

If you’re new to The Signifier, it 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.

Coming to consoles

The Signifier: Director’s Cut is also coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X later this year. It was nominated for Best Game, Best Latin American Game, Innovation Award, Best Art Direction, and Best Narrative at the Brazil Independent Games Festival.

Watch a trailer for the Director’s Cut below!