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One of the most eclectic Japanese game directors has just unveiled a teaser trailer to his new PlayStation 4-exclusive game, and it’s looking to be a gore-filled skateboarding romp.
Suda 51, the man behind Killer7, No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw, and Killer is Dead, is back with Let It Die. Originally titled Lily Bergamo, this free, hack-and-slash title is being co-developed with GungHo Online Entertainment and Grasshopper Manufacture.
Lily Bergamo was announced in 2013, but has been eerily silent since. Although it was slated to come out in 2014, it looks like major changes were made to its presentation and design.
Grasshopper Manufacture acquired GungHo, known for Ragnarok Online, in early 2013. The two studios are collaborating closely to make Let It Die a two-screen experience—one that can be played on PlayStation 4 with expanded gameplay opportunities and mobile devices.
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Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.