We're now just a week away from the launch of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre on Xbox Game Pass which arrives on Friday, August 18th, and we've finally got full details on exactly how the game will run across all console platforms.
Basically, the Xbox Series X version is the big winner here. Series X owners will get two modes to choose from - 4K at 30FPS or Dynamic 1080p at 60FPS. The Series S, on the other hand, is limited to just one Dynamic 4K at 30FPS setting.
Here's the full breakdown:
As you can see, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre will also be available on Xbox One when it arrives on Game Pass next week, and you'll be able to experience it on that platform with a resolution of 1080p at 30FPS.
The big downside on Xbox One is that crossplay is not supported whatsoever. If you play on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S you'll be able to match up with PlayStation 5 and PC users, but Xbox One doesn't feature crossplay at all:
"PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S (ninth generation) can matchmake with each other. Xbox One will only be able to matchmake with other Xbox One players (eighth generation Xbox). PlayStation 4 players will only be able to matchmake with other PlayStation 4 players (eighth generation PlayStation)."
That's a bit of a disappointment, but we're still looking forward to checking out The Texas Chain Saw Massacre when it arrives on Xbox Game Pass next week, and hopefully it'll end up proving one of the highlights of the August lineup.