David Jaffe’s upcoming brawler/shooter Drawn to Death recently closed their Limited Access period, where they essentially had a beta test for their game. With this Limited Access, players were able to purchase Blood Diamonds, which could in turn be spent on weapons and other items in the game. While Jaffe’s team at Sony Computer Entertainment were thrilled that the testers spent money on the Limited Access, they decided to return that purchase two-fold as a thank you to their Drawn to Death fans. Everyone who spent money during the Limited Access run will receive 150% of their money back in PSN credits. Those who spent $10 in Blood Diamonds, for example, will receive $15 in PSN credits. As Jaffe explains in his video tweet below, those credits can then be used to purchase anything at the PSN store, not just related to Drawn to Death.
150% return as PSN dollars to everyone who spent $ on Limited Access! https://t.co/XbZBcSfYlu
— Drawn to Death (@DrawntoDeathPS4) August 25, 2016
Drawn to Death is a third-person multiplayer brawler/shooter that takes place “entirely inside the pages of a high school kid’s notebook.” The art style promises to be twisted, unique, violent, and the gameplay to be very fast, very deep, and tactical.