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Killer 7 Comes to Let it Die, Celebrating 20 Years of Grasshopper

In celebration of Grasshopper Manufacture’s 20 years of artistic vision in the industry, GungHo Online Entertainment America and Grasshopper Manufacture are bringing the stylized classic killer7™ to LET IT DIE via a collab on PlayStation®4 (PS4™).
In killer7, players took on the role of Harman Smith, an assassin with control over seven different personalities. Slated for Spring 2018, players can look forward to the collab in the coming months. For future information, please visit www.letitdiethegame.com/news.
LET IT DIE is available for download from the PlayStation Store.
ABOUT LET IT DIE
From Grasshopper Manufacture, the creative minds behind Lollipop Chainsaw and No More Heroes comes LET IT DIE! Die to survive in this free-to-play hack and slash survival action game. Set in a post-apocalyptic Japan, players start with little more than their undergarments and must forage for powerful weapons and armor to do battle with the over-the-top ultraviolent future that waits. LET IT DIE is a PlayStation®4 exclusive title available now and has been downloaded over four million times.

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