PS4 Exclusive Drawn to Death Goal is to “Entertain the F**k Out of the Players”, Explains Levelling Up

Drawn to Death may not seem like the most inviting game to be releasing on the PS4, but it’s certainly looking to be one of the most accessible, at least in the free-to-play space.

The game’s creator David Jaffe and some of his team recently spoke on a live-stream for the game and explained some of the fundamental aspects of Drawn to Death.

While it may be free-to-play, it’s not pay-to-win, as has been stressed before, but it’s also not level-up-to win. No, according to the developers a person who is only a level one can easily go head-to-head with another play who is level ten and there wouldn’t be any significant advantages/disadvantages towards either player. They also go on to explain that is purely a game of skill and not all about who’s got the biggest and baddest weapons. Well that’s me screwed…

Jaffe himself also states that the primary goal is to (strong language ahead) “entertain the out of player” and to “make them feel awesome.” What better way to do that than to provide a fair and competitive free shooting game?

The team also showed off a new character during the live-stream, ‘Shark Girl.’ Well, that’s not her actual name, but it’s what they’re going with for the moment and it seems quite fitting as she is – as you probably guessed – half woman, half shark and she comes with cool “ninja abilities.”

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