The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a horror game developed by Sumo Nottingham and published by Gun Interactive.
It is an assymetric multiplayer horror title.
In a little over a month since its launch, the asymmetric multiplayer horror title has attracted over 4 million players across all platforms.
PC has been removed from the cross-platform matchmaking pool while the developer continues improving its "anti-cheat tools and resources."
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Based on the horror film series, the multiplayer horror title sees the Family hunting a group of Victims, preventing their escape.
Gun Interactive's CEO and president Wes Keltner and executive producer Ismael Vicens speak with GamingBolt about the asymmetrical multiplayer horror title.
Despite the crashes, limited content and lack of practice modes, Gun Interactive's new horror multiplayer delivers tension-filled fun.
Gun Interactive also confirms that cross-platform play is applicable to current-gen consoles and PC but not PS4 and Xbox One.
Over the coming days, Game Pass subscribers will also get access to acclaimed indie titles Firewatch and Gris.
"To have that many potential players, filling up the servers to keep matches quick and the turnover to a new match snappy, is paramount," says Gun Interactive CEO and president Wes Keltner.
On Xbox Series S, the multiplayer horror title will run at a dynamic 4K and 30 FPS, with no 60 FPS option included. On last-gen consoles, it will run at 1080p/30 FPS.
Here's what you should know about the upcoming multiplayer horror title.
"Believable bots in games are incredibly time-consuming and difficult to do well," says Gun Interactive, which didn't want to compromise on the core game.
Performance Mode targets 60 FPS at a reduced resolution, but there's also Quality Mode, offering a higher resolution at 30 FPS.
Players can try out the Family House map and control The Cook, The Hitchhiker and Leatherface or one of the four "Victims."
Based on the 1974 film, Gun Interactive's asymmetrical horror game sees survivors trying to escape while the Slaughter family hunts them.
The asymmetrical multiplayer horror game launches for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation as a cross-gen title sometime in 2023.
Based on true events, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the latest game from Gun Interactive of Friday the 13th: The Game fame.