Killer7, No More Heroes, and Shadows of the Damned director Goichi Suda’s Grasshopper Manufacture studio’s PlayStation 4-exclusive brawler Let it Die is on track for a 2016 launch.
“Let it Die remains a crazy survival action game. 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.”
-Kazuki Morishita, Grasshopper Manufacture executive producer
The game will be available for play at PAX East in Boston from April 22-24.
Enemies in Let it Die will use other players’ data, which accounts for the asynchronous online aspect. Players will be able to take a defeated enemy’s weapons and clothes to customize their character.
The game is Suda and Grasshopper Manufacture’s first since the studio was acquired by Puzzle & Dragons publisher GungHo Online Entertainment.