LONDON (June 29, 2023) – PlayStation fans can soon get their chance to experience a true nightmarish adventure as the grotesque and macabre Scorn is set to launch on PlayStation 5 later this year. Publisher Kepler Interactive and developer Ebb Software also revealed the atmospheric first-person horror adventure game has accrued more than two million players since its launch on Xbox and PC last year.
Check out the PS5 announcement trailer here
PlayStation players can also look forward to solving the game’s flesh-based puzzles in 4K/60fps with the help of the PlayStation’s haptic & DualSense features which will aid in further immersion in the disturbing and unforgettable world of Scorn.
Scorn fans can also pre-order an exclusive physical deluxe edition of the game from select retailers soon both for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. Distributed in partnership with Maximum Games, the physical edition includes the full game, a limited edition SteelBook® case, the game’s haunting original soundtrack and a digital artbook.
Scorn launched on Xbox and PC to an overwhelming fan reception last year, with many critics praising the game’s artistic style and unique puzzle-horror blend of gameplay. Since then, the game has racked up several nominations across the game industry including The Game Awards, The Golden Joystick Awards and more.
Set in a desolate world abandoned by its previous inhabitants and left to monstrous creatures, Scorn tasks players with navigating an interconnected bio-labyrinth. However, the only way to escape is by learning the rules of this nightmarish place and manipulating the cruel machinery left there. By piecing together these secrets and using the organic tools available to you, surviving and escaping this world may just be possible.
Scorn is available now on Xbox Series X|S (available on Xbox Game Pass) and PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and GoG). To purchase, visit: https://scorn-game.com/.
About Kepler Interactive
Kepler Interactive – led by the founders of Kowloon Nights – is a developer and publisher that operates on a co-ownership model. Its studios are given strategic leadership roles, all while continuing to develop their games their way, with no creative limitations. Kepler’s partner studios are as varied as they are talented, including A44 Games in New Zealand, Alpha Channel and Timberline in North America, Awaceb, Ebb Software, and Sloclap in Europe, and Shapefarm in Asia. Kepler Interactive itself is headquartered in London.