Our Scorn ending and explained gameplay will guide you through what’s going on in the game’s rough and terrifying alien world
Everything from the gameplay to the story is up to the player. While this can create some frustrating moments, our puzzle guides and walkthroughs can help. But the aspects of the game that don’t have any predefined answers are the lore, the Scorn ending, the overall gameplay and what it means. To help you figure out what it all means, we’ll walk you through the ending and what we’ve gleaned from the game’s many scenes and scenarios.
Scorn’s ending is deliberately dark and ambiguous, leaving it open for interpretation. But overall, the gist of the ending and plot is to show the mass reproduction and replication of a living race and its effects. The point of the game is how birth, death and even adulthood are repeated over and over again before we are finally forgotten and forgotten, and even the harm we inflict on ourselves, intentionally and unintentionally, in the process.
In the game’s final act and chapter, you, as your personal piece of flesh, go through the birthing process of a new creature, your old body being cut and detached, inserted into a vast web of other creatures. For us, this symbolizes the process by which life and society consumes us as human beings or as a whole as we age. We have become more concerned with the society in which we live, rather than ourselves and our own interests. Since it’s normal, we have kids, you can be seen in robots and factories participating in the process of creating new creatures.
This aspect of being socially consumed can have many connotations, how we interact with the world, wanting to please other people in society rather than doing what you want, and contributing to society by doing more of your own. It’s never been detailed what this vast ecosystem reflects in Scorn, but many parallels can be seen in some of the more abusive aspects of humans and the society we live in.
At the end of the game, after you’ve been separated, taken away by two characters who look like guardians or mothers, you end up being part of the world, similar to how we bury the dead and then let them rot. Everything in Scorn is a loop that repeats over and over again, and the creatures you see throughout the game and the many faces in the environment show this process of life and death becoming part of the world around you, which has happened many times before.