SCP Unity

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SCP Unity
1024px-SCP - Containment Breach (Unity) cover.png
Protagonist: D-Class
Genre: Survival Horror
Platforms: Microsoft Windows
Release Date: December 26, 2016
Game Engine: Unity
Developer: Aerie Gaming Studios
Publisher: Aerie Gaming Studios
Previous Game: SCP Containment Breach

SCP Unity is a 2018 survival horror game developed and published by Aerie Gaming Studios. The first version of the game was released in December 26, 2016 and is a spiritual successor to SCP Containment Breach.

Why It Rocks

  1. Great graphics that are a huge improvement to the original. Even the SCP's look generally good and superior to how they looked in the original.
  2. Adds new SCPs to the mix such as SCP-650. While SCP-650 was in the original, it can only be summoned with commands. But in this game, you can encounter it yourself which leads to the next reasoning.
  3. The SCPs are much scarier to encounter with the most notable being SCP-106 who poses a bigger threat than before, being much faster and smarter than he was in the original.
  4. Unlike the first game, the game now has an original soundtrack with songs created for the game instead of royalty-free songs from artists such as Kevin Macleod.
  5. SCP-173's redesign is much scarier than the first game. The original design for it came from the YouTuber: TheVolgun.
  6. The game rarely has any bugs and glitches.
  7. The design is not as confusing as the original due to hallways looking different from each other and rooms have signs on them.
  8. SCP-131 can be handy when dealing with SCP-173 as they will never take their eyes off him.

Bad Qualities

  1. There is less content than there was in Containment Breach.
  2. Unfortunately the game has been officially discontinued in January 23, 2021 due to the Head Developer's health decreasing because of the constant stress created by/during the SCP Unity Project.
    • Because of this, the game doesn't have a plot, or even an ending.



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