Let It Die, Grasshopper Manufacture’s rogue-lite action title, is coming to PC this Fall, GungHo has announced.
Originally a PlayStation 4 exclusive, Let It Die released as a free-to-play title in December 2016. The game had hack-and-slash gameplay, online elements, and an overall style that enraptured players when it released. The framing device of the game put players in an arcade playing the fictional console to access a virtual tower that may or may not be an apocalyptic warning in the real world. There’s also a skateboarder named Uncle Death who runs your tutorials.
The online elements of the game recorded your status and inventory at death and sent that information to other people’s games, who could then get attacked by your character in their games. GungHo did not mention crossplay between PlayStation 4 and PC.
Let It Die started off as a cel-shaded action title named Lily Bergamo. The game was canceled in 2014 and re-revealed as Let It Die exclusively for the PlayStation 4. The PS4 version has crossover content with Killer7, as well, which will presumably come to the PC version considering Killer7 is also coming to PC later this year.