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Scorn arrives on PS5 today with haptic and DualSense support included

A year after debuting on other platforms, Kepler Interactive and Ebb Software’s unsettling horror title Scorn is here for PS5.

Scorned again

Hard to imagine it’s been a year since the freakish horror of Scorn was unleashed upon the gaming world, but indeed it has. And with the Xbox and PC editions in the biomechanical bag, a fresh edition has oozed out, with the PS5 version of the title.

Scorn on the PS5 introduces the same terror of the original release to Sony fans, but with a few alterations. The game now supports haptic feedback, by way of the DualSense controller, to further immerse players in its alien world.

The PlayStation 5’s signature DualSense features, including haptic feedback, are set to aid players as they jump into the disturbing and unforgettable nightmarish realm of Scorn starting today in glorious 4k at 60 frames-per-second. Scorn’s artistic style and unique puzzle-horror blend of gameplay will immerse players in a terrifying, dream-like world where they find themselves isolated and lost.  

Abandoned by its previous inhabitants and left to monstrous creatures, Scorn tasks players with navigating an interconnected bio-labyrinth. Learn the rules of this nightmarish place and piece together its freakish secrets using the organic tools available to you. Acquire new weapons and gadgets and come to understand the logic behind this macabre world in order to survive and escape.   

Kepler Interactive press release

The PS5 edition of Scorn is out now, right alongside the previously mentioned Xbox Series X|S (retail and Game Pass) and PC editions. In addition to the digital release, there’s a physical one (for consoles) out too, with a “deluxe edition” distributed by Maximum Games. That’ll include “the full game, a limited edition SteelBook® case, the game’s atmospheric original soundtrack and a digital artbook”.

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