The first reviews of the game The Texas Chain Saw Massacre appeared on the Internet, giving an idea of ​​how critics perceived the asymmetric multi -user horror Sumo Digital, created based on the film franchise.

For the uninitiated The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, this is an asymmetric multi -user horror movie based on a 1974 religious horror movie, which is largely reminiscent of the dynamics of Dead by Daylight. One of the players depicting a leather face will hunt for other players, who, in turn, will have to survive by any means.

As we see below, at the moment, the first grades of the international press are generally positive, although not particularly high, and the average Opencritic indicator fluctuates around 75.

  • Multiplayer First – 85
  • PCGAMESN – 80
  • Shacknews – 80
  • FIRST Games – 80
  • Hard Guides – 80
  • Thegamer – 80
  • Flinger Guns – 70
  • IGN – 60

Obviously, many reviews in this list are absent, so in the coming days the total average indicator can significantly change. In any case, since this is a multi -user game, it is very important to take into account how it will be supported after launch.

This is not an impeccable game, but torment and the thrill that she conveys, almost one of her kind, transferred with confidence and cruelty, corresponding to the original source. This is a game for fans of horrors and all those who love the good old game in cat mouse.- IGN

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a magnificent novelty in the family of asymmetric multiplayer games. The recreation of characters and locations from the 1974 film makes a strong impression, since it is quite obvious that authenticity was the main priority in the development. This helps to strengthen the exciting gameplay, although I am afraid for its availability, given the deep systems and mechanics. In any case, I look forward to playing with friends both in the usual mode and in the competitive, when I want to be careful.-Shacknews

The game will appear on sale on PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, Xbox One and PC in Steam on August 18, 2023 and will be included in the Xbox Game Pass catalog from the time of launch.