Let It Die tops two million downloads

Free-to-play survival action game achieves another milestone.

Let It Die

Let It Die has topped two million downloads worldwide, publisher GungHo Online Entertainment announced.

The free-to-play PlayStation 4 survival action game launched on December 3, 2016 in North America and Europe. The Japanese version launched earlier this month, on February 2, for 108 yen (approx. $1 USD) to ensure that users who download the game were old enough to have access to a credit or debit card due to its CERO Z (18+) rating.

GungHo announced early last month that Let It Die had been downloaded more than one million times.

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