Sony recently announced that they are working on a new title named as Drawn to Death. They also stated that this particular title will be available to all the PS Plus subscribers in April 2017.
For all those fans who have been waiting for the full list of games by Sony on PlayStation Plus announcements, you should know that Sony mostly unveils new titles or lists of games six days before the official release dates.
The Drawn to Death is going live on April 4. So, Sony will be releasing the full list of PS4 freebies on PS Plus on 29th of March 2017. The release of the list is expected to go live at about 5 pm.
However, most of the PS Plus games come out early as leaks, so it’s better to keep on checking if you are getting too much excited. Or else, you can wait for 29 March to release the games.
Talking about the Drawn to Death, it’s a new Arena-based Shooting video game from David Jaffe. Jaffe previously worked with grand titles such as God of War and have excelled in developing games like Drawn to Death. About Drawn to Death, Jaffe explains that.
I wanted to find a way to invite all of you PS Plus members into this experience and give you a look at what really excites me about games these days,” Jaffe explained.
We’ve been working on Drawn To Death for nearly three years. And over time, it really has become this robust, highly competitive game. And we haven’t even talked about a lot of the new features yet. Needless to say, I thought you could all help us build an unbelievable community for the game.
We just couldn’t wait any longer to share the good news, so here we are — finally — loud and proud and excited as-all-get-out to announce that Drawn To Death launches April 4 and is free for PS Plus members!
With Microsoft releasing a number of new and old free titles, Sony might be seeing some hard time. As the giant’s both of the companies will fight in markets, let’s see who beats who.
We know that the April Games With Gold line-up includes titles such as Walking Dead Season 2, Ryse: Son of Rome, Darksiders, and Assassin’s Creed Revelations. The Backwards Compatibility allows all four of these titles to be played on Xbox One as well.
In this kind of situation, Sony will definitely have to perform well. It’s true, there is no competition between to two gaming and tech giants. But when it comes to the availability of games, it immediately gets to be a matter of “Who’s best?”
Hopefully, Sony will complete its list of free PS4 games on PS Plus soon. The fans will be able to have an awesome time enjoying great games on their favorite console PS4.