The Signifier: Director’s Cut Is Offering More Than Just A Next-Gen Feel


The announcement for The Signifier: Director’s Cut is here and it will bring The Signifier to the next-gen with some new endings to endure

One of the titles we had to help us through things last year was The Signifier with its weird mind-bending nature and other aspects to help us distract from the world. It was an interesting title indeed, and now it looks like more gamers out there will have a chance to experience what the game has to offer up. That is with the announcement for The Signifier: Director’s Cut as it is heading to the PS5, Xbox Series X, and upgrading other various versions that are out there now. Not overly shocking at all to see a new version to hit the systems out there now. The big difference being that this will offer more than just the visual upgrades we have been seeing over the last few months with other titles doing the same.

Obviously this version of The Signifier is going to have all of those 4K and 60+fps that everyone always wants in their games now. It also looks like we will have some new gameplay features added in, new story elements, and some new endings to it all based on our selections and choices along the way. This was something that felt a little on the light side when I first played The Signifier and now I have more reasons to go back into it all. Especially when I see that the PC version will get all of these upgrades for free when it does release there. A date and timeline that is not laid out as of yet, but I am sure it will be coming at some point along the way.

The Signifier: Director’s Cut — Announcement

Developer Playmestudio and publisher Raw Fury have unveiled The Signifier: Director’s Cut, the definitive edition of 2020’s psychological tech-noir thriller featuring new story content, enhanced performance and visuals, and a variety of expanded features. Marking the game’s console debut, The Signifier: Director’s Cut will launch later this year on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC and Mac.

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,, 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.

Are you excited to see that we will have a few new endings in The Signifier here or do you think that could make things a little more convoluted over time? Will you be able to run the game at its best settings or will you still be stuck where most gamers are still at currently? What other gameplay features do you think will be in here and will it truly change the overall experience one more time? 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, we will have it here for you. Please keep checking back for all of that and much, much more.