Biomechanical survival horror game Ebb Software and Kepler Interactive has released almost ten minutes of footage from the game’s prologue.
Ebb Software and Kepler Interactive have released nearly nine minutes of gameplay footage of Scorn, their upcoming first-person survival horror title inspired by the art of HR Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński.
In the prologue, the protagonist, an unnamed humanoid, wakes up in a surreal environment with no shortage of eerie scenery and unsettling, angular designs that blur the line between living organisms and machines.
HR Giger is known for pioneering this aesthetic style of art and is best known for his work on Ridley Scott’s 1979 film Alien, on which he worked as a member of the special effects team.
Zdzisław Beksiński is known for his paintings that depict a dystopian, surrealist style with a heavy emphasis on surreal architecture.
You can watch the prologue gameplay in its entirety below.
Get an early peek at 8 minutes of new gameplay and prepare to take your first few steps into the truly unsettling hellscapes of Scorn next month. Along with a first look at the game’s first grotesque puzzle, this new gameplay guide gives players a glimpse into the immersive nightmare that awaits.
Scorn arrives on PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and GoG) and Xbox Series X|S (Day One with Xbox Game Pass) on October 21st.
Fans have been eager to get their hands on Scorn for some time now. The game was originally released in November 2014, and since then had sporadic updates and teasers before its release date was confirmed in June of this year.
The game will be available on October 21, 2022 on PC and Xbox Series X|S, including a day one launch on Xbox Game Pass.