SCORN – First-person horror game gets new beautiful screenshots

Ebb Software has released today a new set of beautiful screenshots for SCORN. SCORN is described as an uncomfortable creep through an oozing world of organic otherworldly horror that will be coming to the PC in 2017.

The first person gameplay in SCORN is a glistening combination of gunplay and puzzle solving, with the environment and the creatures it disgorges doing their utmost to confound your progress.

“That’s not to say every inhabitant you meet wants to eviscerate you – many don’t care about you one way or the other, but catch them in a bad mood and they’ll try to tear you apart.”

As the team noted, all the storytelling happens in-game, with no cut-scenes to distract you from the grisly reality of the living, breathing (throbbing, dripping) world you’re in.

Ebb Software’s Ljubomir Peklar said:

“We are trying to create something so unsettling it will make you think about the ideas and themes of the game long after you’ve finished playing.”

The environments in SCORN are entirely handcrafted, firmly bucking the procedural trend, while its storytelling through gameplay, non-linear narrative, and puzzles on a grand scale turn SCORN into an impressionistic horror show of impressive scope and imagination.

Enjoy!

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Scorn Teaser Trailer

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