In The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, these are the titles that will be the hardest to get.
As the second big horror game based on a famous series, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is also made by Gun Interactive. Friday the 13th, its previous game, was a truly unique online horror game, but it also had a very harsh list of achievements. It was silly and took hundreds of hours to play 1,000 matches as Jason.
On the other hand, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is not as scary. There are worse things to do than getting that 1,000 Jason award. You’ll still have to play a lot to get the XP you need. The best part is that many of these awards are easier to get in custom matches than in regular games.
Bring It On And Git Back Here
These two goals go together because they both have the same job, but they are done by different teams. If you are a victim and pick up a bone fragment, you can use it in front of a family member to start a fight. In Git Back Here, you have to win four times with a family member, while in Bring It On, you have to win four times as the target.
You just tap A/X to play this minigame, which is like Test Your Might, but you won’t win very often if you can’t tap quickly. A lot of people can move their index or middle finger faster than their thumb, which helps people who play the computer. A lot of people who play this game do so on PC, so these awards might be hard to get on other systems.
Now It’s My Turn
Sticking with the bone scrap tool, hit a family member from behind instead of in front of them to do a sneak attack. You have to sneak attack all three family members in the same match to get the “Now It’s My Turn” title. It’s pretty silly to get this legally, since it’s hard enough to sneak attack one family member these days.
You might have been able to get this in the first few days the game came out, but it’s much harder now that more people know how to play it. Thankfully, this is easy to boost. The family doesn’t even have to be three. As long as there is only Leatherface, you only need to do one sneak move to kill them.
Can’t Keep Me Out
Can’t Keep Me Out is a rare award in Funny Shooter 2. You have to barge open ten locked doors to get this. One thing that makes this success hard to naturally reach is that most people don’t even latch doors. When you’re being chased, you don’t have time to check which doors can be locked.
There’s no easy-to-see help like the door bars in Friday the 13th. Most people will just keep going when they are being chased. Again, this is pretty easy to boost—all you have to do is find the locked doors and talk to the other people in the party.
The Lucky One?
This is the first award that is hard to get, even with boosts. In The Lucky One?, you have to get away 100 times. In the first few days after the game came out, this seemed pretty doable, but killers have gotten a lot better.
There are more and more clean sweeps where everyone is dead. Without a doubt, he will make less progress on this goal than on the one for killing 100 people. Boosting this is a lot of work and will probably take more than one session since you have to escape 100 times.
The Purge achievement is another rare one that’s hard to do easily. The only way to get rid of four poison effects is to play as Ana and use the “Pain is Nothing” skill. This means Sissy has to be one of the killers, which isn’t a problem since a lot of people play as her. The problem is the poison effect.
The only places where Sissy’s poison skill is really useful are near exits. Many of the exits on the Slaughterhouse map are great for it. This means that the family group has to know exactly which exit the victims are trying to use so they can spray poison there and hope the victims don’t go anywhere else. Taking all of this into account, it’s easy to see why running into a poison effect is so unusual.
Fixer is the game’s first really tough title. In one match, you have to turn off the generator, fix the fuse box, and open the pressure vent. These three things can only be done by you, so this isn’t a group project. Going along with this legally is crazy because it goes against everything the group is supposed to do together.
You’re not getting this right unless one of the killers is brand new or doesn’t work. To reach all of those goals, the party has to work together and talk to each other, so even increasing takes some work. For all the work that went into it, at least it’s a silver award or 50 gamerscore.
Hung Up On You
It’s not often that you get this award, but you should do it whenever you can because it gives you a huge XP boost. To get the “Hung Up On You” award, you have to hang ten special people from gallows. If you want to play as Leatherface, you need these.
When a victim is badly hurt, you can either kill them right away or take them away if you’re Leatherface. If there is a gallow close, you can do a special execution that gives you a lot of extra XP. It’s not common to find people who can’t do anything, but it does happen, and you want to do these executions to level up faster.
The hardest goals in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre are the ones that give XP because you can’t speed them up. These are the only ways to get XP, so you’ll have to work hard to get them. Being undetectable will make you use your level three Ultimate Escape skill five times in a row.
This is only Julie’s ability. It’s pretty good, but it will take a long time to level it up to max. Julie isn’t a very good character, so you might want to max out other victims instead. Since Undetectable is the only character who has a level-up achievement that is special to her, she stands out in the list of achievements.
Like Undetectable, Perking Up makes you start the game with all of your skills at level three. This includes your unique skill and the three perks you currently have equipped. You can complete this award in a lot of different ways. You can do this with Julie while in Undetectable. Which is like killing two birds with one stone.
You can also do this as a killer, which gives you XP much faster. The trouble is that there is one. The achievement is broken on all devices right now. Not as hard as some other broken awards in other games, though, since this one is much more likely to be fixed.
The success in Friday the 13th that is most like the ridiculous 1,000 Jason matches is level 50 in Totally Texas. At first, this seems easy since you level up so quickly, but when you get to round level 14, you run into a wall.
And after that, it takes a long time to get through each level. The whole process takes more than 100 hours. To get the most XP, you should definitely play as the killers. It’s much easier to level up as the killers than as the victims because the victims are too dependent on luck. This is going to be a huge grind no matter what.