Let it Die, the free-to-play PS4 game that evolved from Grasshopper Manufacture's Lily Bergamo, had its first trailer released this week. The trailer, which is just a teaser, briefly highlights the game's setting and what can be assumed to be various character upgrade features -- as well as some pretty bloody battle scenes. However, that last bit might be more for trailer showiness rather than in-game content.
Let it Die, developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by GungHo Online Entertainment is designed to be a blend of both Japanese and Western cultures, set in the near-future. It's described as a "super action game," and reportedly features a character advancement system that allows players to update more quickly as they progress.
Interestingly, it appears the game may not just be for PS4, but also for mobile devices. When the game was first announced as Lily Bergamo, one of the primary features was that it would allow players on mobile devices to play in the same world as those on PS4.
For those wanting to follow the game, it does have a website, although currently it has very little on it.
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