Drawn to Death launch content details
Multiplayer shooter switches to paid model, launch modes and characters announced
David Jaffe has announced new details about the upcoming shooter Drawn to Death.
Drawn to Death has been available in Limited Access for a while, and after reviewing feedback from the community, the development team has decided to launch Drawn to Death as a traditional paid title. With that, the team has outlined what will be included with the game at launch.
All six main characters will available to unlock at launch. That doesn’t mean that all of the characters will be unlocked immediately, but they’ll all be there, as part of the core game experience. This change gives access to a variety of content right from the start, and provides players the opportunity to discover the playstyle that works best for them.
Drawn To Death will also include with 7 levels, with various themes, and 26 weapons, some unlocked at the start, some that you must fight to earn.
The game will launch with the following game modes: Organ Donor, Classic Deathmatch, Classic Team Deathmatch, Core Deathmatch, Core Team Deathmatch, and Brawl.
Drawn to Death will launch exclusively on PS4 in 2017.