If you haven’t heard about the game LET IT DIE by now, then you’ve probably been living under a rock. This free-to-play hack-and-slash survival action game from GungHo Online Entertainment America and Grasshopper Manufacture has exploded in popularity since its release on December 3rd, 2016. Now just one month later, on January 4th, 2017, it was announced that LET IT DIE had surpassed over 1 million downloads on the PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe and the developers are celebrating.
This is big news for GungHo Online Entertainment America and Grasshopper Manufacture, so in order to celebrate, they announced that they will be awarding a daily log-in bonus of an in-game Death Metal to players who log in between January 6-8. Players can receive their daily Death Metal by logging in and retrieving the item from their in-game Reward Box.
If you have yet to download and try out LET IT DIE, check out some of the gameplay footage below. I highly recommend that you try LET IT DIE because 1) The game is free and 2) The game is awesome. This game is set in post-apocalyptic Japan during the year 2026 AD and players must fight to survive the world around them.
Also be sure to check out our writer Alex’s review of the game. One of my favorite parts of the game is that when you enter the world, you start out in nothing but your underwear. You then obtain weapons and armor by defeating enemies in your path. Your goal is to fight your way through the Tower of Barbs and try and make your way to the top. The higher you go, the harder it will get, but the better and crazier the weapons and armor will be.
Currently there are only 40 floors are in the game when there are supposed to be 128, but hopefully soon the developers will be able to expand on the game and reach the 128 that are meant to be in the Tower of Barbs. I have no doubt in my mind that we will be seeing additions to the game soon due to its continued growing popularity. With the milestone reached of just over 1 million downloads, it is obvious that the fans are excited and that the developers are excited for the future of LET IT DIE.
Check out the official site for more information. Have you tried LET IT DIE? Tell us what you think!