Explore Scorn’s Immense Bio-Labyrinth in Brand-new Gameplay Revealing the First Grotesque Puzzle
Take an early peek at the start of a truly unsettling adventure
LONDON (Sept. 21, 2022) – Beware, as you take your first few steps into the world of Scorn. Developer Ebb Software and publisher Kepler Interactive revealed 8 minutes of new gameplay for the upcoming horror game that will leave players with auditory nightmares for years to come. Scorn squishes its way onto PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and GoG) and Xbox Series X|S (day one with Xbox Game Pass) on Oct. 21.
In this introductory sequence, players are acquainted with the character they’ll be guiding through the bio-labyrinth. With no assistance, players will work their way into the bowels of the game's world, equipping themselves with strange tools and solving a grotesque puzzle that only hints towards things to come...
In Scorn’s exploration of a surreal, nightmarish world, players will come to understand the character they’re guiding, if only slightly. Tasked with exploring Scorn’s hellscape, players must learn its rules and master its puzzles without any guidance or support, being left to fend for themselves in a totally immersive experience. By uncovering these secrets and gathering the strange bio-mechanical tools that seem to have been used by the civilization that previously called this world home, surviving might just be possible. Finding the truth, however, is an entirely different question.
Scorn is available to pre-order now for $39.99 (Standard Edition) and $49.99 (Deluxe Edition). For more information, visit scorn-game.com.
About Kepler Interactive
Kepler Interactive - led by the founders of Kowloon Nights - is a developer and publisher that operates on a co-ownership model. Its studios are given strategic leadership roles, all while continuing to develop their games their way, with no creative limitations. Kepler’s partner studios are as varied as they are talented, including A44 Games in New Zealand, Alpha Channel and Timberline in North America, Awaceb, Ebb Software, and Sloclap in Europe, and Shapefarm in Asia. Kepler Interactive itself is headquartered in London.