Suda 51’s Let It Die Confirmed for 2016 Release

The free to play, PS4 exclusive emerges after a long lull.

Posted By | On 12th, Apr. 2016

Let It Die

Not much information has been floating around about Grasshopper Manufacture’s Let It Die, created by Suda 51 (the demented mind behind Killer 7 and No More Heroes), since it was announced at TGS 2014.

Thankfully, the developer has provided an update. Along with confirming the free to play title would be out later this year, the studio promised an asynchronous experience unlike any seen in free to play titles till now. PAX East attendees will be the first get their hands on a demo for the game.

Executive producer Kazuki Morishita noted that, “The world we are creating will push the envelope for asynchronous, free-to-play. The trademark Grasshopper visual and narrative flair remains a signature for the title.”

Let It Die is touted as an ultraviolent title that would be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and developed on Unreal Engine 4. What are your thoughts on the game’s progress? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more information.


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