Scorn is one intriguing title to look out for. Developed for a long time by Ebb Software, the title is finally preparing for its October release. However, it seems the developer will change the release date for the title. While developers generally push back game releases, it seems Scorn, on the other hand, will have the opposite.
Announced last night by Kepler Interactive, it will release earlier than expected. The title will skip its original October 21 release date and now launch on October 14. Neither Ebb Software nor Kepler Interactive explained the change in the dates. However, it is safe to assume that the developers wrapped up the development earlier than expected.
Scorn is an atmospheric body-horror FPS inspired by the works of HR Giger. It takes the players through an isolated, strange, dream-like world. Left unguided for the most part, players must explore the interconnected labyrinths. At the same time, players need to learn its rules and master grotesque puzzles along the way as they come to understand their predicament.
Players will uncover secrets and gather the strange bio-mechanical tools, seemingly used by the civilization that previously called the world home and survives. Finding the truth, however, is an entirely different question.
Scorn will launch for PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG) and Xbox Series X/S (day one with Xbox Game Pass). The developers also launched a new trailer. Check it out down below.