Publisher and developer Ebb Software will release the survival horror game Scorn in October next year. The game was announced in May last year, although there was already a Kickstarter campaign in 2017.
In a short video, showing just a little bit of news and some great pictures, the Scorn has been announced for release in October next year for Windows and Xbox Series X and S. The title will also become part of the Game Pass library and will also be available on steam.
in a Update on Kickstarter page Ebb Software CEO Lyubomir Beklar says the game’s content is 75 percent complete. He says the focus will be on the last 25 percent in the coming months, followed by bug fixes and release preparation.
No clear reason was given for the delay, but the team says additional time is needed to achieve its spurious vision. Additionally, the team cites his attempts to make the game scary and nightmarish.
Scorn is a first-person horror game published by Microsoft for Xbox and released by Humble Bundle for Windows. The shooter is inspired by the work of the late painters HR Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński. Giger is best known for his biomechanical artThe Beksiński style of dystopian surrealism.
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