The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency’s third-person shooter, Drawn to Death, is coming to PlayStation 4 on April 4, the developer confirmed on the PlayStation Blog today. The hero-based shooter from game designer David Jaffe and Sony’s San Diego Studio will carry a price tag of $19.99.
Drawn to Death was first announced at PlayStation Experience 2014 and pitched as a multiplayer arena shooter that takes place in the pages of a high school student's notebook. Drawn to Death was originally intended as a free-to-play online shooter, but has since changed as the developers beta tested the game.
When Drawn to Death launches in April, it will include six playable characters, 26 weapons and six game modes, according to Jaffe. Here’s the developer’s explanation of each mode:
Organ Donor: In this objective based mode, Players must shoot the heart out of an enemy’s chest. Then take the heart to a stationary base for 1 point. Take the heart to a moving base for 2X points! First Player to 20 points wins!
Classic Deathmatch: First to 10 kills wins.
Classic Team Deathmatch: First team with 20 kills wins.
Core Deathmatch: First Player to 5 points wins. 1 kill = 1 point, but every time you die you lose a point. (Defense matters!)
Core Team Deathmatch: Same as Core Deathmatch, but for teams. First team to 10 points wins.
Brawl: In this mode, levels get smaller on the fly to create a more intense one-on-one battle/fighting game experience!
You can watch Jaffe show off Drawn to Death in the video above and check out 10 minutes of gameplay video below.