As is often the criteria for determining relative levels of swear words, the unit of measurement for this record is solely instances of the F-word. In total, Scarface: The World is Yours includes 5,688 such instances.
By comparison, the film with the most uses of the F-word is The Wolf of Wall Street, boasting 715 in total. That said, Scarface: The World is Yours is a roughly 15 hour game, while The Wolf of Wall Street clocks in at just about three hours. That means Scarface: The World is Yours includes approximately 6.32 uses of the F-word a minute, whereas The Wolf of Wall Street‘s rate of usage is a measly 3.97 per minute.
The game’s source material itself is no slouch in this department either, though it of course pales in comparison to The World is Yours’ staggering F-word every 9.49 seconds. The 1983 Scarface film includes, in total, 207 uses of the F-word throughout its runtime.
A Scarface remake is on the way, so director Luca Guadagnino could soon take the crown from both Scorsese and the Scarface game, earning the film the shocking reputation Guadagnino so desires.