Scorn is a first person horror game developed by Ebb Software and published by Kepler Interactive.
It is inspired by the works of H. R. Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński.
Developer Ebb Software and publisher Kepler Interactive show off the prologue of upcoming horror adventure title Scorn.
Despite starting with four developers and a "very small budget," Ebb Software considers the first-person horror title a "AA project."
Ebb Software's upcoming horror shooter is shaping up rather well.
Ebb Software's upcoming H.R. Giger-inspired first person horror shooter continues to look delightfully disgusting.
Several new in-game screenshots for the survival horror shooter have also been discovered along with some new web assets.
The upcoming horror game will demand quite a lot on recommended settings, including GTX 2070 with 8 GB VRAM, an SSD, and more.
Ebb Software reassures that it's long-in-development horror shooter Scorn will indeed be launching in October, as previously announced.
Despite being quiet on its YouTube page, Scorn has been getting quite a few short clips on Facebook, showing off its unique Giger-inspired aesthetics, architecture, and weaponry.
As revealed in its latest trailer, Ebb Software's upcoming horror game Scorn will launch in October 2022 for PC and Xbox Series X/S.
Ebb Software's Giger-inspired horror shooter was set for a 2021 launch, but the developer confirmed in a recent update that it's been pushed to 2022.
Kepler Interactive, which developer Ebb Software is a part of, recently listed the horror FPS as a 2022 release in its recent press release.
The horror FPS is slated to release in 2021 for Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Scorn director Ljubomir Peklar speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming horror game.
Scorn director Ljubomir Peklar says that though 60 FPS will be ideal, it's unlikely that that will become the standard.
The game's director Ljubomir Peklar talks to GamingBolt about the pros and cons of next-gen SSDs.
The game's director also reiterates that the game will run at 4K and 60 FPS on the console.
Scorn game director Ljubomir Peklar is excited about the potential of next-gen consoles' CPUs.
First announced for PC in 2014, the horror title is also coming to Microsoft's next-gen platform.