Drawn to Death pencils in April release date

You're having a Jaffe.

Stylised hero shooter Drawn to Death will drop onto the PlayStation Store on 4th April.

A cel-shaded take on the popular genre, it mixes four-player fighting with Biro-designed visuals like something out of an '80s pop video.

Drawn to Death is the next game from David Jaffe - known for his work on God of War and Twisted Metal - and the first for his new indie team.

First announced back in December 2014, Drawn to Death was initially planned as a free-to-play game, but will now launch with a traditional price tag. In the US, it will sell for $19.99 - we're still waiting for a UK price.

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