The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was revealed late last year at The Game Awards, and fans have been eagerly awaiting more information about the upcoming game. Gun Media and Sumo Nottingham have yet to announce a definitive release date, but the publisher and developer have now confirmed that it will be released in 2023. The game’s release window has been revealed alongside the very first trailer- gameplay announcement, which gives a better idea of what to expect from asymmetrical gameplay. Gameplay should be familiar to fans who have played Gun Media Friday the 13th: the gamebut with some key differences.
As Gun Media previously confirmed, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre will feature three killers as they attempt to hunt down the game’s four survivors. This means players will control new members of the Slaughter family in addition to Leatherface. This can be clearly seen in the unrated trailer, which has been embedded below.
Along with the new trailer, Gun Media has confirmed that the game will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as next-gen platforms. This should be good news for those who haven’t had the chance to update their console yet, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre will also be available on Xbox Game Pass. In a press release, Gun Media communications director Daniel Nixon spoke about the new trailer.
“Since the reveal, one of the main questions we’ve received has been ‘when will we see gameplay footage?’ We are fortunate to be able to celebrate this news alongside the gameplay that our community is looking forward to seeing and bring them more details on when they can expect to get their hands on the game to experience it for themselves. themselves,” Nixon said. “We hope fans are as excited for the uncut trailer of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre as we have to show them.”
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre will be released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.
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