The indie horror game Scorn releases on October 21 on PC and Xbox Series X/S.
Scorn is slowly becoming one of the most exciting horror indie games of this generation, and developer Ebb Software recently revealed more details about the game’s gameplay. Scorn’s latest eight minutes of gameplay offers a glimpse into the dark world being created by Ebb Software. Scorn is a bio-horror game inspired by the works of HR Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński. Ebb Software first announced Scorn in 2014 and since then the game has gone through several years in development, so fans have been keeping an eye on it and long-awaited. And the good news is that the game will launch on October 21, right at the beginning of this year’s Halloween season.
The latest gameplay footage takes viewers through the opening sequence of Scorn. Fans get to see some beautiful grotesque interiors with lots of details reminiscent of things like the first Alien movie or Movie Game Lunarium’s psychological horror title Lust From Beyond. Although Scorn looks creepy and a bit hideous, the developer says the game will not abuse cheap scares but will focus more on environmental storytelling and puzzle solving. Scorn players will still have to fight monsters, even using ranged weapons. Ebb Software’s product promises to be a game worth trying for those who want to enjoy experiences with a special art style, less focus on jump scares and support for independent developers.