SCUM Game Guide: How to Pee, Poo, and Vomit
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If you've played any of it, you already know that your character's vital signs can be found in an expansive menu that covers everything from protein intake to vitamin C levels and much more. You've also probably noticed you have meters for bodily functions such as peeing, pooing, and vomiting. As you eat food and drink water to survive, these meters will increase; eventually, you'll need to relieve yourself by urinating, defecating, or throwing up. If these meters get to high, you won't be able to function at all , making you easy pickings for other survivors and robots. Unfortunately, the game is covered in menus and has options it doesn't tell you much about.
The hardest part of Scum was learning how to pee
SCUM is a pretty deep survival game. You have to keep an eye on your character by looking at his metabolism. A few players where struggling on how to actually do this.
If you're playing that new Scum game on Steam, you probably have been confronted by a sudden need for your character to pee, or poop, or vomit. It sounds silly, but the way that Scum intricately simulates digestive processes to create the most gastrointestinally detailed survival simulation ever means that eating and drinking naturally lead to, well, a call from nature. Refusing to answer that call will leave you in quite a bind. Unfortunately, Scum doesn't make it terribly clear how to make your character go, and by the time you get done tabbing through all of the menus things may be getting desperate. Hold it no more; this guide will show you the mercifully simple, yet somewhat hidden, process.