Released in spring last year, Drawn to Death brought to PS4 players a chaotic and wacky third-person shooter experience in the style of a notebook from an over-active child’s imagination. While the game had a small but devoted following since release, after layoffs from the studio earlier this year, the title’s end is in sight for early next year.
Over on the PlayStation Store, the store page for Drawn to Death has been updated and revealed that the game’s online functionality will be ending on March 25th, 2019, which will effectively end all support for the game given its online-focused gameplay.
For now, the game is still available to purchase on the PlayStation Store, making it currently playable until its shutdown date this coming March.
Drawn to Death was originally revealed at PlayStation Experience 2014 from Twisted Metal and God of War creator David Jaffe, and was under development by a new studio from Jaffe called The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency.
After previously intending to launch as a free-to-play title, the game eventually shifted to being a paid release and launched last spring to mixed reception, with the studio ultimately being shutdown earlier this year, and leading to the game’s shutdown in the process.