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Is The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Coming To Xbox Game Pass?

Gun Interactive's latest horror title, "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre," looks to do for the Sawyer family was Gun's "Friday the 13th: The Game" did for Jason Voorhees. The game pits a group of survivors against Leatherface and his housemates in an isometric fight for survival, and it's looking like it could end up being even bloodier than the films that inspired it. Gorehounds will be sure to check out this game when it launches on August 18, 2023 — a full 40 years after the events of the original movie.


For Xbox gamers who are wondering whether or not they can expect to rev up their chainsaws via Game Pass, Gun Interactive has you covered. On March 17, the developer released a new trailer for the game, which spotlights a few of the killers who will be featured in the game, not to mention a few other key details.

A new Texas Chain Saw Massacre trailer answers Game Pass questions

The trailer for "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" trailer gives players a closer look at Leatherface and shows off his vicious new family members, Sissy and Johnny. But the ad reveals much more than Sissy's true crime connections; it also answers a burning question for prospective Xbox players.


A technical test for "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" will be launching on May 25, 2023, which will offer some gamers a sneak peek at what the title has in store, as well as give the devs a chance to tweak the game before its full release. On August 18, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get to play it on launch day. 

There's still a little bit of a wait before players can take on the Sawyers in this terrifying adaptation, but this is great news for Game Pass members who have been eagerly awaiting the carnage.