Good news and bad news for those fans looking forward to the H.R. Giger/Zdzislaw Beksinski-inspired game, Scorn, which originally had its release date set for this October. The bad news is that, yes, the game’s release date has been pushed back. The scope of the game had led the Ebb Software to split the initial game up into two parts, with that first part being the October release.
However, this is where the good news comes in. According to their latest blog post, the team has secured additional development money from investors, which will allow them to release Scorn as originally intended, instead of having to split the game in two. For those Kickstarter backers, don’t worry. You’ll be receiving the full game and, depending on the reward tiers you paid into, the whole soundtrack and expanded art book, respectively.
The team will keep fans updated on developments, with the next update “sometime in October when [the team] will disclose more information about the future”.