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PlayStation Plus games for April 2017 include Drawn to Death, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

PlayStation 3 and Vita titles round this month’s short list

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Sony announced April’s PlayStation Plus lineup today. We’ve known that David Jaffe’s Drawn to Death would be included for subscribers for a few weeks now, but today’s press release adds Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime as well as some titles for the PlayStation 3 and cross-buy titles on the PS Vita.

Drawn to Death launches on April 4 for $19.99. Current PS Plus members will get the game for free on PS4, and be able to keep it in their collection so long as their membership stays current. It’s a third-person arena shooter with a distinctive art style, intended to look like the doodles of that one weird kid who never paid attention in middle school, but who also happened to be an amazing artist.

PS4 owners will also get Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, an indie darling and a finalist at the Independent Games Festival in 2013. The one- to four-player cooperative game tasks players with maneuvering a massive ship together, and fighting against incredible odds.

Other titles include Invizimals: the Lost Kingdom and Alien Rage — Extended Edition on the PS3, as well as 10 Second Ninja and Curses ‘n Chaos for the PS Vita. Both of those titles feature cross-buy functionality with the PS 4.

Don’t forget to move quickly and pick up all the March PS Plus games before they expire.

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