Scorn trailer teases organic body horror for 2017

Scorn trailer teases organic body horror for 2017

If fleshy protrusions and body horror are your psychological itch, then Scorn might just be the weird, malformed appendage to do the scratching. The first-person horror title from Ebb Software has released a new teaser trailer, full of strange imagery, a droning score, and lots of pulsing organic matter.

There’s clearly a heavy Giger influence here, with a bit of Videodrome (the weaponry especially) and maybe even a spot of Hellraiser. The game itself will be a mix of puzzle-solving and gunplay, and promises to do all of its storytelling in-game (no cut-scenes, in other words). Scorn also “won’t show you any sympathy” if you miss something important, apparently.

The game is currently on Steam Greenlight, and has a tentative release date of 2017 for “part one” of this unsettling journey. Here’s a trailer, which, pleasingly, doesn’t rely on jump-scares or rapid cuts. Just bizarre imagery and eerie sounds.



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