First announced for PC in 2014, the horror title is also coming to Microsoft’s next-gen platform.
Microsoft announced during their Inside Xbox presentation that Ebb Software’s atmospheric first person horror title Scorn will be coming to Xbox Series X. A trailer for the game was also revealed, showcasing macabre scenery, strange humanoid creatures, and an all-around feeling of uneasiness. No gameplay was shown in the trailer, but it sets the stage adequately- take a look below.
Inspired by the works of painters H.R. Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński, Scorn was first announced all the way back in 2014 for PC, and there haven’t been a great many updates on the game revealed by the developer since then. At one point planned to be released in two separate parts, the developers decided to release the game as a single whole a few years back, but there haven’t been a lot of updates on the game or when it will be announced since then- until this trailer.
Scorn is confirmed to be coming to PC and Xbox Series X, but currently has no release date.