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The FPS horror game "Contempt" inspired by the art of HR Giger has recently encountered some controversy.
The game was recently announced as a trailer on the latest episode of Xbox Inside. This is meant to represent the capabilities of the new Xbox Series X. However, according to the developers, it doesn't even run on Xbox, but rather on PC graphics cards. The
Scorn demo runs on an AMD Ryzen processor equipped with Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Ljubomir Peklar, game director at Ebb Software, shared some technical details about the game, but clarified that the trailer runs on a PC, not the console it is intended to show.
Peklar explained that this video shows what the studio expects Scorn to look like on the new Xbox, but it will be demonstrated via a PC. He said the PC technology used provides 4K, 60 FPS gameplay, which is "a must" for PC gamers.
"This is a tricky question, because for some reason, a lot of people think that even with this kind of graphical fidelity it should be easy to get 4K 60FPS on a PC, but it's not the case. For the program, we used 2080Ti and Ryzen processors , just because there is no reason not to use it. "
"When the game runs at 30fps, once the camera starts to pan, you start to lose the set details," he added. However, you mentioned that 2080 Ti is not required to run this game, and it can also be run on 2070 Super. "The 2070 Super with a combination of settings is suitable for running games at 4K 60FPS."
Scorn will eventually be released on the PC, but there is no news about the release date. However, according to Peklar's comments, this means that the PC system requirements listed for Scorn on Steam must be outdated. According to the suggestion, the Steam list puts forward requirements for GTX 970 or R9 290.
Of course, it is worth noting that this game has been in development for 6 years. Before Microsoft chose it as an exclusive Xbox Series X game, it was originally funded by a Kickstarter campaign. Therefore, the list is likely to be out of date and the situation has changed. But in general, the first impression of Scorn or Xbox Series X gameplay is not very good.
What do you think of the studio's decision to demonstrate Scorn on PC instead of Xbox? Let us know in the comments.