E3 2016: Let it Die Trailer

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

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Let It Die | oprainfall

Suda51, Grasshopper Manufacturer and GungHo Online Entertainment have released a new trailer for their upcoming game, Let it Die. This time, we are getting actual gameplay, and, to be honest… it is looking pretty great to me. The game is going to be released exclusively on PS4 later this year. My excitement is certainly building and here is the updated description from their Press Release.

From Grasshopper Manufacture, the creative minds behind Lolipop Chainsaw and No More Heroes comes LET IT DIE! Death cancels everything except the truth in this upcoming free-to-play hack and slash survival action game. Set in a post-apocalyptic Japan, players start with little more than their undergarments and must forage for powerful weapons and armor to do battle with the over-the-top ultraviolent future that waits. LET IT DIE is a PlayStation exclusive title releasing later this year.

Shadow of the Damned and Lolipop Chainsaw are two of my favorite PS3 games, so this is truly exciting news. Who else is on board? Let us know in the comment section, and you better believe we will following all Grasshopper and Suda51 news going forward.


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