Here are the System Requirements You'll Need For Scorn to Look as Disgusting as Possible

Written by Jon Sutton on Thu, Dec 21, 2017 2:30 PM
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Scorn is nothing if not eye-catching. Horrifically eye-catching, if you will. Ebb software has gone to town on creative a nightmarish universe of bloodied, writhing forms and a fleshy, organic tapestry. Naturally, if you want Scorn looking its absolute worse then you're going to need hardware capable of it. Here are the official Scorn stem requirements.

Scorn Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-2100 3.1GHz or AMD FX-6300 3.5GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB System Memory
  • GPU RAM: 2GB Video Memory
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 750 Ti or Radeon HD 7870
  • HDD: 50GB Available Hard Drive Space
  • API: DirectX 11

Scorn Recommended System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-2500 3.3 GHz or AMD FX-8350 4.0 GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB System Memory
  • GPU RAM: 4 GB Video Memory
  • GPU: GeForce GTX GeForce GTX 970 or Radeon R9 290
  • HDD: 50GB Available Hard Drive Space
  • API: DirectX 11

Scorn is an indie game through and through, but this right here is a set of system requirements that are bordering the average AAA game requirements for 2017. Undoubtedly the highest end component you'll be needing is the graphics card, with a GeForce GTX 750 Ti or Radeon HD 7870 suggested as the bare minimum for running Scorn. Both are still pretty capable GPUs, however, so we think they're going to be able to run Scorn at a decent frame rate. For modern GPUs, a Radeon RX 560 or GeForce GTX 1050 should be absolutely fine. Should you be interested in setting Scorn's graphics to ultra for maximum terror, then you'll need a capable mid-range GPU with at least 3.5-4GB VRAM.

Speaking of memory, system memory (RAM) is a steady 8GB for both minimum and recommended. You may try and get away with 4GB but we've found that increasing numbers of games are creeping nearer to 8GB usage now, so it is a risk. Still, Steam refunds are there for a reason.

The only thing to look out for is the CPU, but the requirements are low here across the born for Scorn. We're talking second-generation Core i3's and Core i5's now, which are a decade old. If you're struggling to meet these CPU specs then it's most definitely high time for an upgrade if you manage it.

As ever, remember you can always check out how well your PC can run the Scorn System Requirements here, where you can check benchmarking and performance from other users. Compare your graphics card to the Scorn GPU benchmark chart and we also have a Scorn Frames Per Second system performance chart for you to check.

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22:32 Dec-23-2017

ya ima need to update my gpu sometime next year all these games rec is gtx 970 now ugh lol

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15:46 Dec-22-2017

Been following this game since announcement. Can't wait to get to play it :)

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20:29 Dec-21-2017

Dudes, the atmosphere and graphical design of this game are gorgeous. :O

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14:59 Dec-22-2017

You should be a doctor.

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15:28 Dec-22-2017

That involves dealing with annoying people expecting me to be a magician and then suing me and sending me to jail if I accidentally kill them... NOT my thing... If I kill a PC, worst case scenario I have to buy a new one... and I do NOT kill PCs, so yeah, the choice is NOT hard at all...

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22:39 Dec-23-2017

Yet another person -> Zeliron that gets downvoted for nothing, oh well...

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19:23 Dec-21-2017

why the enemys are so slow i mean no one is afraid of an alligator if it would be as slow as a fat turtle and as obvious to spot as an elephant:/
great design and originality through.

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18:26 Dec-21-2017

guys pew die pie says it is a serbian developer? Is he correct?

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19:37 Dec-21-2017

He is correct.
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00:03 Dec-22-2017

Yup :D

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18:03 Dec-21-2017

Man, the developers must have been on one hell of a skooma trip. lol

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16:48 Dec-21-2017

LOL! This looks cool! ^^

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16:14 Dec-21-2017

What engine is this game running on?

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18:07 Dec-21-2017

Apparently Unreal Engine

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20:40 Dec-21-2017

Happy that at least one user asked the right question, the difference between indie and big budget is getting thin, cry engine is cheap. as Unreal and Unity, meaning that even small devs can use them meaning better quality for indie games but higher sys req in general, and this is a trend and not just some games. So users have 2 choices, deal with it or buy a console.

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20:59 Dec-21-2017

indie = independent, it means that the company that is making the game is also its own publisher... Hellblade is indie, technically The Witcher 3 is indie... being Big Budget and AAA does NOT mean you ARE or are NOT indie...

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10:11 Dec-22-2017

You know what he meant, don't play a smartass.
The line between what's indie and what's AAA is a blurry one.
Technically any game released by the in house developer owned by their publisher is indie. Making every game by EA, Activision, Bethesda, etc. indie. Which is not the case.

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10:13 Dec-22-2017

Usually, games that've been built by smaller developers on tighter budged and usually, but not always, published by them are considered indie, while big budgeted games created by development studios consisting of hundreds of people, published by a massive, already well established publisher are AAA.

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10:15 Dec-22-2017

Unless someone draws an exact line in the sand and strictly specifies the differences between AAA and indie games, this is the consensus people have reached that has worked well so far.

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16:23 Dec-22-2017

Nope... that is the notion of the meaning the internet has created...
EA bought studios and was never originally one AFAIK or at least the original studio has been dead for a long time. CDPR for example are both a studio and a company, they are the original studio and company.


Also AAA means that the game has a big budget, nothing more, nothing less... It is NOT if somebody has a publisher, NOR if the game is big or good, NOT quality, NOT quantity, NOT anything, but money... that's how the companies view it, that's how they want us to view it...


that's how people used to view it, until every youtube video started talking about AAA games and publishers and NOT the budget, which made people associate AAA with publishers and NOT budget...

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16:24 Dec-22-2017

A game can be made by a single person who hypothetically spent 20 million on it that would make it both AAA and an indie game and the game could be pong... simple as that... it is still AAA and indie at the same time.

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17:45 Dec-22-2017

"An AAA game (usually pronounced "triple A game") is an informal classification used for video games produced and distributed by a mid-sized or major publisher, typically having higher development and marketing budgets. AAA game development is associated with high economic risk, with high levels of sales required to obtain profitability."
Taken straight from Wikipedia.

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15:55 Dec-21-2017

I'm good but wont be playing that game........sick

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Just fine

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