So a lot of people have wanted to see another ending besides gates A and B so ive decided to create a Gate C Mod for SCP containment Breach hope you guys enjoy it!!! VOTE NOW Thanks for voting and helping SCP Gate C Mod on it's quest to become the 2020 Mod of the Year. 'By order of the United Nations Secretary of Secure Containment, that being myself, termination order for SCP-1013 has been issued on this day, 25 December 2231, at this time, uh' Jack checked the clock.
Gate A is the primary exit of the facility that can be entered through its underground entrance tunnel. It is where two of the game's four endings take place.
Description[edit | edit source]
Gate A is a single room, containing a large blast door labeled 'Gate A', as well as an elevator leading to the surface. It has many extended security measures compared to that of the more minor exits and has several guard towers overlooking an outside bridge. On the lower level, there are several roadways that weave through the entrance of the site.
In-game[edit | edit source]
- See also: Gate A Endings
Gate A requires a level 5 keycard to access. The door, however, will not open until the player disables the remote door control system and talks to SCP-079.
Once the player reaches Gate A, several Apaches and Mobile Task Force units will be seen stationed outside of the entrance. If the player has not contained SCP-106, it will emerge from inside near the catwalk. SCP-106 will ignore the player and start to advance outside, escaping the facility via a bridge. Once emerged, Security Chief Franklin will announce SCP-106's appearance over the intercom and order it to be contained. The H.I.D. Turret will power up and shoot a focused beam of light at SCP-106, forcing it to retreat into the Pocket Dimension. After SCP-106's defeat, the MTF units will focus on the player and try to kill them.
There are currently two endings that can be reached at Gate A.
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The entrance to Gate A.
SCP-106 retreating into its Pocket Dimension after being hit with the H.I.D Turret.
One of the roads below Gate A's main catwalk.
D-9341 being abducted by several Chaos Insurgency soldiers.
Never before has the popularity of a game has been driven so much by its community. Certainly nothing like SCP – Containment Breach, an indie open-source first person horror game inspired by the paranormal fictional deep web stories of the SCP Foundation.
SCP – Containment Breach is actually the perfect game for those who love fear in its purest of forms.
There are no complicated mechanics to learn, and no way to fight back the horrors that lurk inside the randomly generated facility you play inside. But if this isn’t enough to scare you to death, we’ve got something for you: a list of awesome mods that will make the experience even more terrifying.
You’ve been warned my friends.
15. Total Horror Breach
How do you make a horror game more horrific?
By horrifically changing its presentation!
The Total Horror Breach is a simple graphics and sound overhaul that makes Containment Breach even scarier. We get totally new character models and textures, and sound effects from the most popular horror games of 2012 and 2013. Spooky, I know.
The gameplay doesn’t change, but your nightmares surely will.
14. Realism Mod
I’m not sure I want a horror game to be realistic. I play and enjoy them exactly because they look nothing like the real world.
But if you’re not afraid of mixing fantasy and reality, you should definitely download the Realism Mod.
And yes, it’s exactly as it sounds: new character models for humans and other creatures, plus better sounds. Just avoid playing for too long at night: you risk ending up in a real SCP facility!
13. FOV Mod
If you’re playing Containment Breach on one of those modern 4K resolution monitors, the FOV mod will make the experience way more enjoyable.
This freebie adds the ability to change the game’s basic field of view value, so that you’ll be able to see more, or less, of the environment at any time during the game.
Make sure to not increase it too much if you’re playing on a small monitor, unless you somehow love experiencing motion sickness.
12. Five Nights at Freddy’s
Enough with those boring procedurally-generated rooms that all look the same.
Time to spend a night or two at Freddy’s!
This Five Nights at Freddy’s mod is pretty darn entertaining. It brings some new rooms and other visual elements inspired by the Five Nights at Freddy’s series.
The mod doesn’t include any major gameplay changes. But if you’re a fan of the series, you’ll recognize a few things right away.
11. Weeping Angel
Have you ever heard of the Weeping Angels? They’re mysterious. They’re dangerous.
And they’re roaming your facility!
The Weeping Angel mod replaces the SCP-173 character model with a Weeping Angel taken from the immensely popular British TV Show Doctor Who.
The angels, thankfully, don’t come with their unique powers. And you should be thankful they don’t: you wouldn’t have made it very far, trust me.
10. Disco Edition
I’m pretty sure you’re not supposed to be trapped inside a disco in SCP – Containment Breach… but hey, anything goes to spice up the game, doesn’t it?
This Disco Edition mod overhauls all of the game’s rooms, hallways, and some of the SCPs so that it feels like you’re in a disco, complete with flashing lights and appropriate sound effects that will bring forth an irresistible urge to dance.
Who would ever want to escape from this place?
9. Furry Breach
Fair warning: This mod is not to be taken seriously.
Furry Breach is a very humorous modification that introduces scribbles and all sorts of weird stuff in the game. I’m not really sure who was supposed to be mocked by all this… but I’m sure it’s great for a few laughs.
Some things are better left unsaid. So give this one a go and try it for yourself.
8. WTF Messup Breach Remastered
Masters of Memes, the time for you to shine has finally come!
WTF Messup Breach Remastered will lock you inside a facility full of memes, corrosive rainbow enemies, and the sorts of stuff you can expect to see in the weirdest corner of the interwebz! Sorry, I suppose I already got contaminated here.
But if you’re looking for more fun and lighthearted gameplay, this is a mod worth trying.
7. More Rooms
In a procedurally generated game, having more elements to throw into the mix can only be a good thing. A very good thing.
More Rooms introduces a few new rooms to the game, including a new office hallway for the light containment zone, a new tunnel for the heavy containment zone, and so on.
This mod is worth installing if you’ve been playing the game for a long time, and have mastered all of its tricks. Time to get surprised once again!
6. 087-B Mod
SCP – Containment Breach can be a very scary experience. But man, you have seen nothing until you install the 087-B Mod.
This mod not only overhauls the facility’s appearance so that it looks much darker than usual, but it also brings a ton of subtle changes to the atmosphere. And even changes to gameplay mechanics.
It will almost feel like you are playing an official expansion. Specifically an expansion that wants you to wet your pants in fear!
5. Dark Confinement
Want to spice up the Containment Breach experience with a little bit more horror?
Stop wasting time and download the Dark Confinement mod. You’ll love it.
Like a couple of other mods in this list, the Dark Confinement mod aims to make the game scarier by introducing new textures, new looks for some of the SCPs, new voice clips, new sounds, a new intro sequence, and tons of new custom rooms for each containment zone.
For the best effect, try playing at night. See if you can make longer than an hour.
4. MLG Edition
The MLG Edition mod makes Containment Breach a much scarier experience, for sure. But not in the way you may expect.
But I don’t want to ruin the surprise for you, so I won’t tell you exactly what’s going on here… suspense is part of the fun.
All I can tell you is this: beware of the blue hedgehogs. And the smoking heads!
3. Half-Life: Resonance Cascade
Valve seems determined to not give us the third main entry in the Half-Life series we so desperately want, leaving us poor fans very little choice other than resorting to fan-made games and modifications.
The Half-Life: Resonance Cascade is a total overhaul that fans of the classic series will surely enjoy.
It tries to provide a look at the Black Mesa incident from a different perspective. The attention to detail in this mod is absolutely the highest caliber, so you’d better not skip on this one. Even if you’re not a die-hard Half-Life fan who prays daily for a new entry in the series, I’d say it’s still worth it.
If you’ve never played the Half-Life series then who knows, maybe this mod will turn you onto it.
2. Nine-Tailed Fox Mod
If you’re looking for a real gameplay overhaul, you should look no further than the Nine-Tailed Fox Mod.
This is among the best add-ons ever made for SCP – Containment Breach. Why so great?
Mostly thanks to the inclusion of a lot of new gameplay mechanics, including functional guns and a health bar. No more running away from these fearsome creatures: load your shotguns and show them who’s the real terror of the world.
1. Ultimate Edition
To properly mod SCP – Containment Breach, you can go at it in two different ways.
You either download all the mods in this list (and hope they’re compatible with one another) or you download the Ultimate Edition.
Ultimate Edition is a massive modding project that includes the most popular mods ever made for the game.
This means you get improved visuals, new content, new gameplay mechanics, and so on, all in a very tight package that’s just one click away.
Scp Containment Breach Endings Wiki
Just make sure your PC is up for the task: in gaming, as in life, the weak get left behind.