Drawn To Death's Trophies Tell Their Own Story As Well

Drawn To Death

The trophies for Drawn To Death have shown up online and they add their own flare to the system as well as expand on Drawn To Death's story hidden in the game

If you've been following along with Drawn To Death and everything up to now you may have seen the fun way that Bartlet Jones is telling a story in this third-person arena shooter title. More or less it is the inner thoughts of a teenage male and everything he is seeing and experiencing in life. A lot of which makes a perfect mirror for Drawn To Death to real life but that is getting a little more thought provoking than needs to be the case. None the less if the PS4 trophy list for Drawn To Death that has made its way online is completely true it looks like the tale continues even there as you work towards 100% completion.

The full list of Drawn To Death trophies are below but it was originally posted over on PSNProfiles.com with the level and image that comes along with said trophy. What has been interesting is that this list also sparked a few rumors and speculation that Drawn To Death would be launching during or shortly after this year's PSX in San Francisco. Only two things are holding that back from being true and that is the fact that Bartlet Jones is just now gearing up for a Private Access 3 event for Drawn To Death and the fact that David Jaffe has been very clear on this rumor not being true at all.

  • I hate my stupid stepdad.

    Get 1st place in any ranked game.

  • Oh crap, did I brush my teeth today?

    Get 20 total kills in ranked games.

  • I'm getting hungry.

    Get your first kill in any ranked game.

  • Or maybe I'm just bored. I think that's it — I'm bored.

    Get 100 total kills in ranked games.

  • But I mean, why wouldn't I be? This class sucks so bad.

    Get 1st place in 25 ranked Deathmatch games.

  • Maybe I'll say I need to go to the bathroom.

    Use all Alientown warps in one match — including secret warps!

  • Then I'll just hide in a stall and watch videos till class ends.

    Discover granny's terrible secret!

  • Amy keeps looking at me and smiling. That's weird. It's cool, but it's weird.

    Smasher SMASH!!!!

  • I wonder if she likes me. How amazing would that be?

    Reach floor 15 of any month's tower.

  • Maybe she just feels sorry for me. Or maybe she's smiling at someone behind me?

    Get 1000 total kills in ranked games.

  • Nope — there's just a poster of Abraham Lincoln behind me. She could be smiling at the poster, I guess? That'd be so weird.

    Play and finish 50 games in any ranked game mode.

  • Actually, that would make me like her more. And to be clear, what I mean is, if she IS a little weird, I'd like that.

    Get any two characters to level 15.

  • I wasn't saying I'd like her more if she wanted to get with Abe Lincoln. That'd be super gross cuz he’s dead. And very tall.

    Get 3rd place or above in 300 games in any ranked game mode.

Based on what is labeled above for Drawn To Death I am tickled pink with how the game's trophies may be handled here. Usually there are only a few words for the title but here for Drawn To Death each seems to get longer and longer and in the above order actually read out in a fun style of subconscious thought. You can't tell me you can visualize this written on a notebook in the same manner that all of the combat, characters, and world are here for Drawn To Death. All this does is make me want to hop back into the Private Access and wait until the full release of Drawn To Death here hopefully soon.

What are your thoughts on these trophies for Drawn To Death? Do you think it fits well into the game or should Bartlet Jones just stuck with the generic, tried, and true method that almost every other PlayStation game does when it comes to trophies? Do you care and just want to see Drawn To Death go completely live and be available for all? Let us know and discuss away in the comments below. I know we will have more for Drawn To Death in the not too distant future so be sure to stick around here for all the mindless drivel that I feel to put on paper…err…screen.