Scorn is one of the most hyped games in recent times. So, in this article, we have put together all the updates on the game, including Scorn release date, weapons, gameplay, and more.
Scorn Release Date–When And Where Can I Play Scorn?
Though Scorn doesn’t have any specific release date, it is targeted to be released in October 2022.
Scorn will get a full release on PC via Steam, while console versions of Scorn remain exclusive to the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles.
Indeed, that doesn’t rule out Scorn coming to PlayStation 5 at some point in the future. So, if you own a highly-performing and advanced PC or one of the Xbox Series consoles, you’re good to get a bunch of natural and flabby weirdness with Scorn.
Weapons To Be Used In Scorn!!
The first weapon we know is a DOOM-style single-barreled shotgun, which looks like a handheld spinal cord with a firing mechanism and snaps in half, with internal organs exposed and all the time reloading it.
Then comes another weapon that has been revealed: a massive, beating disgust that shoots out a tongue that shafts the enemy’s face before allowing you to stomp them off, leaving with a destroyed prone form as a result.
And lastly, Scorn would also appear to have a grenade launcher of sorts in its horrific arsenal, though the launcher itself seems to be embedded in what appears to be a chassis made of bone with heart-style valves cambered from the top.
Scorn Gameplay: What makes Scorn look so unique?
Scorn’s visual influence is heavily inspired by the works of Swiss artist H.R. Giger and Polish dystopian painter Zdzisław Beksiński.
From the uncomfortable brittle, mushy gore and the mist-filled world that almost looks like it could exist in the Alien universe, through to weapons that snap and crush with uncomfortable composure during use and the enemies themselves that either lack a face entirely or resemble dreadfully massive graceless members, Scorn’s visual style is delightfully horrible and possibly sleep murdering stuff.
How Did Scorn Begin Development?
Long before its reemergence in 2020, developer Ebb Software originally went down the crowdfunding route for Scorn to get the game made on their terms.
It was intended that Scorn would be released in two parts, but the first Kickstarter campaign failed to reach the required level of support funding in December 2014. After this, a private investment in 2015, followed by a successful second Kickstarter campaign in 2017, led Scorn to relinquish its previously proposed two-part release strategy in favor of a unified game that would be quietly locked away in development before being revealed in 2020 for PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.
Scorn is a horror game that enables first-person perspective gameplay. You play as the character who wakes up in this strange land without knowing who they are or where they came from and is left to explore what remains of the now decaying world.
So, fans, now that you know the Scorn release date, are you excited about it?