Kepler Interactive has announced that the first-person shooter Scorn, in development for PC and Xbox Series X, has been postponed to 2022.
Kepler Interactive has announced that Ebb Software’s first-person horror shooter Scorn has been postponed to 2022 . In reality, the release date of the game, in development for PC and Xbox Series X, had never been officially announced, but there was insistent talk of the end of 2021 to see it arrive and also several official lists gave it coming within the current year.
The news of the postponement was derived from a statement issued by Kepler Interactive, which announced that it had obtained 120 million dollars in funding for the production and launch of the games of the seven founding development teams, all owners of a slice of the company: A44, Alpha Channel, Awaceb, Ebb Software, Shapefarm, Sloclap and Timberline.
To direct the particular publisher is the CEO Alexis Garavaryan , already famous on the independent scene for the Kowloon Nights fund , with which he has supported several realities.
Kepler’s first games will arrive in 2022 and will be Soclap’s Sifu , Awaceb ‘s Tchia, Alpha Channel’s Tankhead and, indeed, Ebb Software’s Scorn. There will also be an A44 title, not yet announced.