Microsoft hosted an Inside Xbox presentation yesterday for the Xbox Series X and a lot of people were disappointed thanks to the meaning of gameplay trailer seemingly being an alien concept for Ubisoft with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. However, while Assassin’s Creed disappointed, one of the better showings was the Scorn video game which has everyone wondering if it’s coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PS5.
There were good games showcased yesterday with Call Of The Sea looking especially beautiful and Vampire Masquerade Bloodlines 2 looking beautiful as well for those who have a fetish for sexy vampires (away from Twilight) and serial killer artists who like to dance.
However, while both of the aforementioned titles look exceptional, the Scorn video game looks as disturbing as Agony but will hopefully be a lot of better. Below you’ll discover whether it’s coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PS5.
Will the Scorn video game be on Xbox One?
No, the Scorn video game will not be on Xbox One.
The Scorn video game will not be on Xbox One because it is a console exclusive for the Xbox Series X.
This means that it’s coming to PC also with no release date in mind, but there is bad news for Sony gamers.
Will Scorn release on PS4 and PS5?
The Scorn video game will not release on either PS4 or PS5.
PlayStation 4 gamers won’t get the Scorn video game as it’s a next-gen console exclusive, meanwhile PS5 gamers won’t get it either as it’s exclusive to the Xbox Series X and PC.
All of this was confirmed in a Steam Q&A post in which the developers have answered why they partnered up with Microsoft:
“Before deciding to partner with Microsoft we made sure that they will not have any influence over the game’s concept and development process.
They were more than cooperative in that regard. The only thing they were interested in was exclusivity rights. Once all that was agreed upon it was a no brainer decision when you look at all the benefits Scorn will get from this partnership, from additional resources to much bigger exposure(marketing).”
The developers have also provided an explanation for why the game won’t be on Xbox One:
“We really don’t want to spend development time on what would from a technical standpoint (900p resolution, frame rates dipping below 30fps) be a sub-par version of the game and overall not a good experience.”
While the game will be available on Xbox Series X at an unspecified date in the future, it will also be available on PC via Steam, Windows Store, and GOG.