Sony has already revealed one of the six games that they will be providing for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers on April and it's the "Drawn to Death" game for PlayStation 4. The rest of the free games will be revealed at the end of March.
According to a report from GearNuke, David Scott Jaffe was the developer of the new game and it will be the first game of his indie studio. He best is known for his work with "God of War" and "Twisted Metal."
The report said that the release of the "Drawn to Death" for PlayStation 4 will be on April 4, which also means that the PlayStation Plus free games will also be available on this day. Jaffe said that the game will be "available free of cost to all" PlayStation Plus subscribers.
The report said that "Drawn to Death" is an online multiplayer shooter game and it features a pencil sketch based art style and was originally revealed during the PSX 2014. Express reports that Jaffe and his team had been working on the game for almost three years.
Jaffe said that "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." The third-person shooter game takes place "inside the pages" of the notebook of a high school kid.
The drawings of the kid come to life and battle it out against each other. But Jaffe said that's only part of the game, as there's a lot more about "Drawn to Death" that hasn't been talked about yet.
Aside from "Drawn to Death," PlayStation 4 will also be getting one more free game, while PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita will be getting two free games each. March 29 will likely be the date that Sony makes its announcement on what game will be free in April for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Check out the gameplay of "Drawn to Death" for PlayStation 4.