Developer Ebb Software has dropped a new 14-minute gameplay trailer for Scorn, a creepy first-person horror adventure game coming to Xbox Series X|S, Windows 10, and will be available to play with Xbox Game Pass.
Scorn has been in development for quite a while now, with the game originally only getting a PC release. All was quiet on the Scorn front until the game was announced for Xbox Series X|S during May's Xbox 20/20 event. The gameplay trailer above was capture on the Xbox Series X and can be played at 4K 60fps on the next-gen console.
The game draws inspiration from the works of H.R Giger and is "designed around the idea of being thrown into the world." It's a pretty grotesque world at that. Everything seems squelchy and alive, including the protagonist's weapon which looks to be some sort of organic organism with a bony exterior and fleshy squirming inside.
Scorn launches sometime in 2021 for Xbox Series X|S and Windows 10 PC. The game will also be available to play with Xbox Game Pass.
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