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Scorn In Final Phase Of Development, PC System Requirements Revealed

PC system requirements for the survival horror game Scorn have been revealed, as the game enters its final phase of development.

According to the latest volume of Ebb Software’s The Pulse, it will take around 6 to 8 hours to complete a full playthrough of Scorn. Though, play times will vary depending on how long it takes you to clear the game’s various puzzles.


PC System Requirements For Scorn

In order to run Scorn at a resolution of 4K and a target frame rate of 60fps, see the PC system requirements mentioned below.

  • OS: Windows 10/11
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3600/Intel Core i7-8700
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 (8 GB)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 50 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD (Solid State Drive)

Though, it’s worth mentioning that your experience can vary depending on the parameters/settings that you select. That said, the above specs are recommended by Ebb Software, and should provide a general idea regarding the PC hardware required to run the game at 4K/60fps.

Scorn Release Date

Ebb Software has officially confirmed that Scorn is set to arrive later this year on October 21, 2022 for Xbox Series X and Series S, and Microsoft Windows.


No Photo Mode

Additionally, the developer confirmed that Scorn will not feature a photo mode. However, Ebb Software’s focus is on maximizing the immersion players will experience,  and, therefore, the game’s UI is designed to be relatively minimal.

In Scorn, the player takes control of a skinless humanoid that is lost in an unknown world described as being nightmare-like and home to strange animals and living machines made of steel, flesh, and bone. The player will find their way through several non-linear, interconnected regions in pursuit of answers to questions that will reveal more about the game’s underlying lore and themes.

The game has a variety of bio-mechanical weapons that are all attached to a modular base implanted on your character’s body; in order to use a particular weapon, the player must first remove the current weapon from the base and attach the new one.

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