Ah, it seems we see things a little differently. I see science and sci-fi as different entities, not intrinsically linked as absolutes. I think there can definitely be scientific explanation for how some things work in a fantasy and have it not be a sci-fi story.
When I see sci-fi, I think futuristic components, alien worlds, or crazy technologies and other such things along those lines.
In Wayhaven , there could very well be futuristic types of inventions that maybe the supernatural community came up with, who knows? As you said, we’ll have to see in future releases.
If I had to categorize this game, it would be under urban fantasy. You’ve got magical and supernatural creatures living in a modern world setting.