Let It Die fifth developer diary

Equipment, items, and underwear.

Let It Die

GungHo Online Entertainment has released the fifth entry in its series of Let It Die developer diaries.

The latest developer discusses more about the game’s equipment and items. Players will venture throughout the Tower of Barbs and collect equipment by killing enemies and stealing their gear, picking up resources on the ground, and then adapt and gain strength right then and there.

Players start the game in nothing but underwear, but after defeating enemies, picking up their equipment, collecting more gear along the way, crafting equipment, making new weapons, and repeating this process, you’ll become stronger.

The main idea of the game is to kill enemies and take their loot, and if you visit the shopkeeper you can buy weapons or have him craft gear based on what you’ve collected. Using this method, you can get new and improved gear.

Let It Die is a free-to-play survival action game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and will launch for PlayStation 4 in 2016.

Watch the developer diary below.

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