Let it Die Announced as PS4 Exclusive at E3 2014

By   /   Jun 10, 2014

Sony’s E3 press conference is currently in full flow. One of the new IP that they have announced moments ago is Let it Die. The game was introduced with a video that kicks off with a classy yet unsettling line: ‘death cancels everything.’

Just as the Let it Die E3 trailer is exciting, the fact that it is being made by Suda 51 is equally reassuring. From the looks of it, the game is going to be highly violent with a lot of grim and gore in it. So be warned about some mature content.

Just to give you an idea, some of the weapons that you will be using (or facing) are going to be spiked bats, flame throwers and hatchets.

Let it Die is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 but sadly it won’t be out until 2015.

We shall keep you updated on the game as more information surfaces, until then check out the Let it Die E3 trailer above and tell us if it managed to effect the adrenaline levels in your body.

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