Drawn to Death is a game that sees sketches battling each other to the death in an arena style setup. A new video goes inside the development process and covers what the game is about. Drawn To Death is set to hit PS4 on April 4th.
The game sees a teenage boy’s imagination running wild and realized on paper, bringing forth ninjas, chainsaw wielding teddy bears, and other freaks that are all battling each other for pure domination. The game takes up a sketched aesthetic and mostly sports plain line-paper everywhere with hints of colors placed sporadically around the place.
If this game seems interesting to you so far, snippets explaining the game sit below.
“Drawn to Death challenges the shooter genre with unconventional gameplay mechanics and unique character perks”
“Combining each character’s unique arsenal of weapons with deep gameplay mechanics, Drawn to Death blurs the lines of a nuanced fighting game with the action of a competitive shooter.”
The game is said to be fast paced, as this information comes from an interview that was posted on the PlayStation.blog. The post comes in by Ryan Clements and features David Jaffe, the one who worked on series like Twisted Metal and God of War, and covers stuff like where inspiration was drawn from to make the game and so on.
If you want to see the interview in video form a video is up for you to look over that comes in by PlayStation‘s YouTube channel. The video showcases publisher SIE and developer The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency’s game, Drawn To Death.
Drawn to Death is set to launch for PS4 and will run for $19.99, which its initial release is set to drop on April 4th.
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