Ebb Software’s first-person horror game Scorn has been given a new release date of October 2022.
The game, which was announced back in 2016 and revealed during the 2020 Xbox Showcase, was initially set to release this year but was delayed to 2022. Developer Ebb Software has now specified that the game will release in October, although no set date has been confirmed.
Inspired by the works of H.R. Giger, the game sees players explore a nightmarish biomechanical universe. The game will release on PC and Xbox Series consoles, and it has an official Kickstarter campaign, allowing eager fans to contribute to the game’s development.
A new update shared on the game’s Kickstarter shared a brand new announcement trailer for the game, a technical look at the team’s development progress for the game, and an exclusive interview with the game’s art team.
Scorn is now releasing October 2022 for PC via Steam and the Xbox Series consoles. You can check out the new trailer below: