Sep 26, 2017 Last Updated 9:15 AM, Sep 26, 2017

Scorn: Debut Gameplay Video

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Today brings a double whammy of SCORN news, with the first ever uncut gameplay trailer giving a real taste of what lies in store, plus the Kickstarter campaign now live and exclusive supporter demo coming September 22nd. The Kickstarter is being launched to give the team the resources they need to fully realize their nightmare-inducing vision for SCORN, with the first part of the game, entitled DASEIN, to be released in 2018.

Fans following the game can now directly support its development via the Kickstarter campaign, with every supporter gaining access to an exclusive playable demo showcasing the level from the new video from September 22nd, plus other enticing rewards.

Kickstarter launched with supporter demo to follow

Support SCORN on Kickstarter and get access to the playable demo here.

The atmospheric walkthrough video and playable demo take you from a cinematic opening shot into one of the game's levels, where you'll see some of the ways you can interact with the surreal organic environments and two of the strange but no less effective weapons.

"I'd like to thank everyone who has supported SCORN so far, and I hope they will continue to do so as we launch this next phase of development and the Kickstarter," said Ljubomir Peklar at Ebb Software. "We will make sure that it's worth the wait."

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