The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Cheats and Tips


The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Cheats and Tips


Get a feel for each map

If you want to win in Texas Chain Saw Massacre, you are going to have to learn every map in the game. Going in completely blind will either result in people escaping, or worse, you will find yourself somewhat devoid of life. Neither of these scenarios is ideal.

This shouldn’t take too long to do as thankfully, there are only three maps available at launch. Regardless of which faction you are playing, your priority should be on locating exits. Your secondary objective is to figure out where key items are located. Once you have that nailed, the game gets a lot easier.

Don’t make a sound

If you want to avoid dissection, then sneaking around and limiting your noise output is key. Just about every interaction will force you to choose between going slowly and quietly, or zipping through it and making a racket. For the most part, the former is the best way to be.

Every time you make a noise, the Family will be able to pinpoint your exact location. If they are nearby, death may be in your immediate future. Even if they are too far away to intercept you, they have information on where you were, and what you could be trying to accomplish.

A key thing to remember, however, is sometimes you have to move fast. The closer you are to escape, the less room you have to manoeuvre and the more likely you are to be spotted. You won’t always have time to meticulously pick a lock, so always be prepared to break it instead.

Look for signs of tampering

As a killer, you may feel like you have a lot of power in this situation. After all, if you see someone running around, the ball is well and truly in your court. The thing is, some people are really sneaky and are more than capable of avoiding obvious detection. Instead of looking for escapees, you should look for any signs of tampering.

By this we mean you should look for open doors and gates, as well as disarmed traps. Maps are quite large in Texas Chain Saw Massacre, picking up on clues as to where they are currently operating shrinks your search area considerably.

Stick together and communicate

Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a team game. While it is entirely possible that you could win a game entirely by yourself, it is far easier if you lean on your allies. Regardless of which team you are running with, being near splitting the workload between your comrades is the way to go.

As Victims, you might want one person to unlock a gate, another to work on the electrics, and someone else to make noise on the other side of the property as a cunning ruse. As killers, shouting out when you see something suspicious lets everyone know to be on the lookout.

Voice chat is the best way to communicate on the fly, but if that isn’t an option, you could always type into chat. Anything is better than nothing.