Let it Die Gets Launch Trailer At PlayStation Experience, Now Available on PS4

The newest game from Grasshopper Manufacture and Gungho Online Entertainment is now available for free on PlayStation 4.


Let it Die, a new free to play game from Grasshopper Manufacture and Gungho Online Entertainment invites you travel to the Tower of Barbs, a brutal dungeon of sorts. Originally announced during E3 2014, Let it Die is a free to play game that tasks players with surviving in a post-apocalyptic  world where every moment could be your last. The game, which is only currently available on the PlayStation 4, can now be downloaded and enjoyed in North America and Europe.

Along with the release of the game comes a new launch trailer which introduces players to some of the deadly enemies that they’ll be facing. Dive in today and enter the Tower of Barbs, where you’ll begin your story to success with nothing but your underwear. Once you do finally meet your demise, and trust us… you will meet your demise, your “death data” will be circulated around the game’s servers so that other players in the game can run into your character, giving them even more formidable opponents to fend off. The sharing of “death data” is just one of the many asynchronous systems that Grasshopper Manufacture and Gung Ho Online Entertainment are pushing for the new title. 

Be sure to check out our exclusive interview with the developers of Let it Die.

Let it Die looks to be an interesting and intriguing look at the Demon Souls formula, and while it isn’t exactly Demon Souls, it appears to offer up plenty of challenge for players who enjoy tough and engaging gameplay. You can check out the trailer for the game below, where you’ll get a glimpse at some of the enemies and character you can run into during your adventure.

You can check out the game by heading over to the Let it Die website, where you can see more about the world and the developers who created it.

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