Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Gets New Update on October 24

Gun Interactive has released a new update for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Available on all platforms, this update comes with fixes, feature adjustments, and a plethora of new cosmetic content. Game enthusiasts can expect a better gaming experience with this version. You can find the patch notes below.

Patch Notes – October 24th, 2023

In our upcoming, October 24th, 2023 patch, the following content will be available for purchase:

Nicotero Leatherface Premium Content: Includes the Nicotero Leatherface outfit, Nicotero Leatherface saw with unique saw sound, and Nicotero Leatherface exclusive universal execution.

Victim Outfit Packs: Each Victim gets one new outfit pack which includes a new outfit with 3 color swaps and 3 texture/pattern swaps to choose from for that outfit.

Victim Outfit Pack Bundle: Get all five Victim Outfit Packs for the price of four with the Victim Outfit Pack Bundle.

Slaughter Family B***** Skins Pack: Feeling like the blood of your Victims in game just isn’t quite enough? Get the Slaughter Family B***** Skins Pack to really layer it on. Comes with blood… lots of it. All 5 Family members B***** Skins included in this pack.


  • Fixed: XP for Disconnected Victims Killed

    • We have fixed an issue that caused XP to be lost if a player disconnected during the execution.

  • Changed: Match End Logic

    • Match End Logic will now check for disconnected players, rather than waiting the 10 seconds previously to end the match.

  • Tuned: XP Values for Family Actions

    • We have increased the XP earned for various Family actions and objectives to bring it closer to balance with the Victim side.

  • Tuned: Character Bios

    • We have edited and updated some of the character bios.

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