What you need to know
- Scorn is a first-person horror game coming to Xbox Series X.
- Developer Ljubomir Peklar recently discussed next-generation consoles.
- He said the CPU is the biggest leap this time around.
- He also said everyone was expecting AAA games at the Inside Xbox show.
In a recent interview (via WCCFTech), developers on next-gen horror title "Scorn" made some comments about the status of next-gen hardware. Ebb Software's Game Director Ljubomir Peklar discussed many aspects of the upcoming first-person horror game as well as what to expect from next-generation consoles.
WCCFtech compiled a list of the important quotes from the interview. You can read a condensed version below.
Many other developers and analysts have lamented the CPU limitations as well in the past. It appears to be a widely acknowledged problem with the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
What do you want to see from next-generation consoles? Better visuals or better frame rates? Or a balanced approach that prioritizes 60 frames per second? Let us know.
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