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All Texas Chain Saw Massacre Game Maps, Explained

Experience true horror in three different Texas Chainsaw Massacre locations!

We've already received plenty of exciting details about Texas Chain Saw Massacre, such as release dates and platforms we'll be able to play on, but Gun Interactive has also provided more detailed information about what it will look and feel like to jump into this terrifying experience. There are several different maps where the slashers and victims will face off, and each one will prove to be a unique, challenging experience. Take a look at all these announced maps so far and what they entail!

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All Texas Chainsaw Massacre Game Maps

The developers of Texas Chainsaw Massacre have stated that they want this experience to have the same iconic feel as the 1974 film franchise, and as such, they detailed and designed the maps to match up with that aesthetic as much as possible. The maps we will play on are inspired by locations we see in the films but have the nitty, gritty areas behind closed doors and unseen spaces as well.

The game will start with three main maps that players can jump into, but there may be more to come in the future. These maps are all unique from each other and will challenge players to adapt their playstyle to survive. You'll want to stick to dark, well-hidden spots, avoid open areas, and find quick escapes as much as possible, and the maps will provide all of the above in different ways. Take a look at them below:

Slaughterhouse Map

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The Slaughterhouse is bound to be the most terrifying of the locations in this experience. It will feature several scattered, abandoned buildings and an outer landscape featuring a claustrophobic maze of rubble and cattle panels to navigate through. With all the extra obstacles, it can either be a better place to hide or a harder place to escape from.

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Family House Map

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The Family House will be a slightly more challenging map to play because any time you're outside, you'll find yourself in a vast green meadow of sunflowers and plenty of open lines of sight. Your only chance to stay out of view is to venture into the sinister home of the slasher family. You'll come across plenty of terrors within the house, including a dark, windowless basement.

Gas Station Map

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The Gas Station is another unique map where we meet the infamous Cook for the first time. It will feature indoor and outdoor spaces like the rest, littered with junk piles and abandoned cars, which could be useful for dodging the killer and staying out of sight. However, they could prove to be hazardous as well.

This is just our first look at the Texas Chainsaw Massacre maps and how they will be laid out in the game. Once the game is released, we'll be able to see exactly how they come to life in new and terrifying detail.

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