Drawn To Death will launch for free on PS Plus in April

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Drawn to Death, the third person multiplayer shooter from God of War creator David Jaffe, will be free on PS Plus in April. 

The game will arrive April 4, bringing with it a weird mix of competitive multiplayer in a scratchy notebook art style. Here's a trailer if you fancy a refresher: 

Along with the launch announcement, Jaffe outlined a few new features for the game, including extra modes and, crucially, taunt and character skin filled 'mystery boxes.' I'm guessing that's where they're hoping to make their money. 

Here's the run down of the new stuff: 

Sphinx Missions: Wake the mysterious Sphinx and see if you can solve her eight battle-focused riddles. For every riddle solved, a new weapon — or a new level — will be rewarded!

Character-centric Missions: Besides levelling up characters, players will also have the opportunity to work through 15 action-packed missions per each of the six launch characters. Earn costumes and rare Taunts as you work your way through your favourite characters. Master all of the character missions and you may come face to face with the Volcano God!

Mystery Boxes: Who doesn’t love Mystery Boxes?! The Drawn To Death Mystery Boxes are filled to the brim with amazing character taunts and insanely creative character skins. Get a free Mystery Box just by playing three matches online and then earn Mystery Boxes for every 150 kills you execute on the battlefield!

Climb the Tower: The Drawn To Death launch tower is based on the theme Dark Fairy Tales, and if you play in ranked mode, you’ll have a chance to reach the tower’s top, earning insane stickers for every floor you reach!Insane 

Mystery Special Offer: I’m not at liberty to go into detail or spoil the surprise but let me just say this: “Destroy my enemies and my life… is yours!

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