Texas Chain Saw Massacre dev says millions of potential Game Pass players “is paramount”

Texas Chain Saw Massacre dev says millions of potential Game Pass players “is paramount”

Gun Interactive CEO and president Wes Keltner discussed the importance of all the potential players Xbox Game Pass could bring to he Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Texas Chain Saw Massacre dev says millions of potential Game Pass players is paramount
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is one of the upcoming games coming to Game Pass this month, joining the service on August 18, and Keltner discussed how important it was to have the game “available to the millions on Game Pass.”
“To have that many potential players, filling up the servers to keep matches quick and the turnover to a new match snappy, is paramount. No one wants to sit in an empty server waiting for it to fill up. Partnering with Microsoft and allowing the game to be available to the millions on Game Pass was a no brainer decision for us,” Keltner said to GamingBolt.

Other developers and publishers have had a lot of good things to say about Xbox Game Pass. Just recently, CEO Michael Schade of developer Rockfish Games discussed how Everspace 2 is better on all platforms thanks to Xbox Game Pass — the open-world space shooter arrived for Xbox Series X|S and the Game Pass service today.

Looking ahead, Xbox Game Pass adds four more games soon — always a good thing, but it does mean Game Pass loses several more games later this month.

Written by Heidi Nicholas

Heidi tends to lean towards indie games, RPGs, and open-world games on Xbox, and when not playing Disney Dreamlight Valley, happily installs every new wholesome game that appears on Xbox Game Pass, before diving back into favorites like The Witcher 3. She’s looking forward to Age of Mythology Retold, Everwild, Fable, and Avowed on the Xbox horizon. Heidi graduated with an MA in English Literature before joining the TrueAchievements team.

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