Let It Die Getting Huge Update with New Levels This Month

Fans of the hack-and-slasher Let It Die have something to look forward to this month. Grasshopper Manufacture are preparing a huge update for the game, including new weapons, gear, and even new levels. The developers haven’t announced the exact release date, but it seems that it’s definitely coming out later in June.

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Let It Die Getting Huge Update with New Levels This Month
Let It Die Getting Huge Update with New Levels This Month

Grasshopper Manufacture are preparing to beef up their hack-and-slash survival game Let It Die. They’re bringing a huge update to the game coming out later in June, and it seems it’ll have a whole bunch of new content. Among other stuff, players can look forward to a host of new weapons, among which is a drill arm that impales opponents and spins them around like a blood sprinkler.

However, probably the main draw of the update will be the new levels to the Tower of Barbs (as the game’s world is known). The levels look like a veritable neon grid nightmare. They’ll be on top of the Tower, so players will have to fight all the way up to the fortieth floor to access the new levels. That’s probably for the best, because, according to the developers, they’ll be much more difficult than the rest of the game. Players will have to switch their strategies around if they want to make it through alive, and make sure that they have the proper gear.

For those of you that don’t know what we’re talking about here, Let it Die is a free-to-play procedurally-generated hack-and-slasher. Players start off with nothing, and they have to make it to the top of the gargantuan Tower of Barbs. While it is free-to-play, there’s a bunch of microtransactions in the game. For example, the game has some rouge-like elements in that death is permanent. However, you can purchase Death Metals (yes, really) which basically serve as continues.

Grasshopper Manufacture announced the Let It Die update during the PlayStation E3 2017 live stream. You can check out the video below.

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