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SCORN will be the first PC game to support DirectStorage

The HR Giger-inspired first-person game SCORN will be released next month and according to Ebb Software, it will support DirectStorage on PC.

When asked about DirectStorage support, the developers replied and confirmed that it will be supported on both Xbox and PC.

SCORN is a first-person adventure game heavily inspired by the work of HR Giger. In this game, each location will contain its own theme (story), puzzles, and characters that are integral to creating a cohesive world. Throughout the game, players will open new areas. Players will also acquire different skill sets, weapons, various items and try to understand the sights presented to them.

Kepler Interactive will release SCORN on October 21. You can also find here the system requirements for the game’s official PC. Here’s also a new gameplay video, showcasing 8 minutes of it.

Stay tuned for more!

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