The developer of H.R. Giger-inspired game Scorn, EBB Software, have released brand new gameplay footage from their upcoming title. The gameplay is in 4K and has been captured on Xbox Series X console.
Microsoft's next-gen console Xbox Series X will have a couple of pretty terrifying horror titles to offer in the near future. One of them is Bloober Team's The Medium, which features unique gameplay element where two worlds can switch seamlessly, without any loading times.
The other horror title that Xbox Series X but also PC players will get to enjoy in 2021 is EBB Software's Giger-inspired first person game named Scorn.
We already got to see Scorn in action a couple of times but today, we got a brand new gameplay footage, which showcases the game's creepy narrow corners, creepy locations and enemies.
The gameplay footage is 13 minutes long and it's been recorded on Xbox Series X in 4K resolution. Since this is a game in development, the frame rate drops are expected and you will probably notice that Scorn does not run in buttery smooth 60 FPS. Fingers crossed that the game gets proper optimisation before the launch.
In the video, the devs also stated that the content you got to see is also subject to change so expect to see potential redesigns of enemies, weapons and locations.
Scorn is officially hitting the shelves sometime in 2021 for PC and Xbox Series X|S.