The technology was only built on the Xbox One series.
In late September, horror developers Scorn said the game would support DirectStorage technology. With its help, you can speed up data loading using the GPU. This software was developed for the Xbox series and then downloaded to the PC. It turned out that the developers made a mistake.
The technology was only used in the Xbox Series.
After a delayed release, Ebb Software has finally given fans a better look at its first-person horror puzzle game – Scorn. Inspired by the works of HR Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński, players must explore a terrifying non-linear world where a dark and grotesque imagination runs wild.
The Twitter account explained that a mistake was made about two days before Scorn was released. In my opinion, Scorn doesn’t even work with DirectStorage.
Scorn takes place in a nightmarish universe of strange shapes and dark tapestries. Scorn’s “map” is a spellbinding bio-maze. Each region or area is a maze-like structure of different rooms and paths that you can navigate.
I made a mistake, but my answer is wrong. Only Xbox is available for direct storage. My apologies for the confusion.
Apparently now the first game with DirectStorage will still be Square Enix’s Forspoken. The developers have talked about development, but Forspoken is coming later than expected: it won’t be released until 2023.
Scorn will be released on PC and Xbox Series on October 14. Interesting.
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Summary of news:
- Horror Puzzle Game-Scorn is not the first game that will support DirectStorage on PC
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