Scorn Release Date Pushed Forward, Now Out on October 14th

Ebb Software's squishy survival horror title is launching a week earlier for Xbox Series X/S and PC along with Xbox Game Pass.

Posted By | On 29th, Sep. 2022

Scorn

Like Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and Gotham Knights, Ebb Software’s Scorn had its release date pushed forward. Instead of launching on October 21st as planned, it’s now releasing on October 14th. Check out the release date change trailer below, which features a bit of gameplay and a lot of grotesqueness.

Set in a nightmarish world, Scorn is a survival horror title that sees the player exploring a bizarre bio-organic labyrinth. The gameplay is entirely non-linear, and along with various puzzles to solve, there are enemies to fight. Fortunately, you can discover different bio-mechanical tools (lovingly implanted into your flesh) that can turn the tides.

What is this world, and how did it end up this way? Solving that mystery is one of the key plot points. Scorn will be available for PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG, and Xbox Series X/S, along with launching day one for Xbox Game Pass. Head here for more extensive gameplay footage.


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