Finally, some good news
The development of the upcoming biopunk survival horror game has flipped the script. Instead of pushing back the release date, Ebb Software has announced that it will be released on October 14 now, a week ahead of the previously scheduled October 21 date. They havent explained a reason why the game was moved up, but I certainly don''t know anybody about it.
The game is inspired by H.R. Giger, a Swiss artist known for his depictions of humans being blended with machines. There is certainly plenty of creepy uncanniness on the walls, which makes it the perfect title to play before Halloween. IGN is a fan of playing the first hour of the game, and it has a decent attitude when it comes to gameplay. I love that it leans into more of a heady, intellectual spookiness that involves the player exploring the labyrinth corridor
The world has passed through our twisted nightmare. Ebb Software can''t wait to hear from you on the 14th of October. https://t.co/gs8Q4VW1Dd
Scorn (@scorn_game) September 29, 2022
As a character on the Steam page, here''s what we know here.
Scorn takes place in an open-ended world with different interconnected regions. Each region is a maze-like structure with different rooms and paths to discover. In-game, no shortcuts will distract you from the grisly reality of the living, breathing world youre in. Keep your eyes open the game wont show you any sympathy if you miss something important on your uneasy travels.
In a while, we haven''t seen a game fill the grotesque horror niche, so heres hoping that it will survive on the hype. I cant speak for anyone else, but usually isn''t my type of game, yet I feel really compelled to try it.