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Prepare for a nightmare to begin, with sights and sounds that will be hard to forget. disgustThe HR Giger-inspired horror game from developer Ebb Software and publisher Kepler Interactive is now available. Those with a grotesque and macabre preoccupation can purchase the game on Xbox Series X|S and PC via Steam, the Epic Games Store and GoG, or directly from the official website. disgust Also available on Xbox Game Pass starting today.
The launch trailer is a warning to those entering the depths of the universe disgust: They will never be the same. Unaided, players will learn to deal with the horrors that call this ruined world their home, using an arsenal of biomechanical weapons to survive unscathed.
Tasked with navigating a desolate, interconnected bio-labyrinth, the only way to rise to the challenge is to learn the rules of this tormenting place and manipulate the brutal machines left behind. By combining these secrets together and using the organic tools available to you, survival in this world is possible. However, finding the truth is a completely different matter.
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disgust Available now on Xbox Series X|S (Day One with Xbox Game Pass) and PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and GoG). Visit the official website to purchase.
About Kepler Interactive
Kepler Interactive – led by the founders of Kowloon Nights – is a developer and publisher that operates on a co-ownership model. Their studios are given strategic leadership roles as they continue to develop their games in their own way, without creative constraints. Kepler’s partner studios are as diverse as they are talented, including A44 Games in New Zealand, Alpha Channel and Timberline in North America, Awaceb, Ebb Software and Sloclap in Europe, and Shapefarm in Asia. Kepler Interactive itself is based in London.
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