Scorn, the horror FPS inspired by the works of artist and sculptor HR Giger (if you have seen any of the Aliens movies you know who he is), was airing a bit of a trailer during the latest episode of Xbox Inside.
Ljubomir Peklar, the game director at Ebb Software, the title's developer house, offered some technical details about Scorn. According to Peklar, the "Xbox Series X" actually trailer ran on an RTX 2080 Ti paired with a Ryzen processor.
Despite the mentioned configuration, Peklar claims that an RTX 2070 Super could also run the game in 4K at 60FPS . However, the owners of these GPUs will have to abandon the Ultra configuration in favor of a less demanding one. According to Keplar, the game can run in 4K at 60FPS with a mix of settings. Peklar described DirectML and NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 as two interesting solutions to improve performance. And while he didn't promise, he did say that Ebb Software will try to give players as many options as possible. Lastly, and although Scorn looks stunning, it won't use Ray-Tracing in real-time. The title will be exclusive to the Xbox Series X and PC via Steam, and will run in 4K resolution at 60FPS