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The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Dev Explains Why There’s No Bots Or Offline Play

Gun Interactive has explained why The Texas Chain Saw Massacre won’t feature bots or offline play, explaining that its experience in working on Friday the 13th: The Video Game revealed just how time consuming the process is.

Speaking with Mp1st as to why these features won’t be included in Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the studio had the following to say on the matter:

We did not consider offline bots for this title. We learned a lot from Friday the 13th and the time that is required to make a feature like that. Believable bots in games are incredibly time consuming and difficult to do well. This would have cut our main game features back dramatically, thus impacting the overall experience we wanted to create. That was our focus. Push the asymmetrical horror genre forward as much as possible. And that comes from an unwavering goal of creating a unique PvP experience steeped in the world of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

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Speaking in the same interview, Gun Interactive revealed that it is looking into a more traditional DLC model without a Battle Pass.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is scheduled for release on August 18, 2023 for PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.

[Source – MP1st]