A good way to draw in new players.
Drawn To Death is a free-to-play multiplayer shooter coming to PlayStation 4. The game has had a few beta tests that allow access to a set number of users, and the latest test goes live today.
David Jaffe, known for directing Twisted Metal and God of War games, is the director of Drawn to Death. He posted a code for the beta on his Twitter page today.
New Tweaks in Drawn To Death! Enter this code to join Private Access 3.2 that is goes live at 4:30 today! pic.twitter.com/i3sLOtpTd4
— davidscottjaffe (@davidscottjaffe) December 11, 2015
This code can be redeemed on any PlayStation 4 console, and the application takes 2.5 GB of hard drive space. The latest Private Access test begins at 4:30 p.m. Pacific/7:30 p.m. Eastern. This is a limited access beta so only 1,000 people can redeem the code. However, anyone who has participated in previous Private Access events can enter this one automatically.
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