Let It Die tops six million downloads

In-game event to be held to commemorate the milestone.

Let It Die

Let It Die has surpassed six million downloads across PlayStation 4 and PC, publisher GungHo Online Entertainment and developer Grasshopper Manufacture announced.

The free-to-play hack-and-slash roguelike first launched for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store in December 2016, followed by PC via Steam in September 2018.

“We owe it entirely to our dedicated fanbase, our ‘senpais,’ for getting behind Let It Die and making this milestone possible,” said GungHo Online Entertainment president and CEO Kazuki Morishita in a press release. “The journey with them has been a pleasure as we have watched the game grow—just imagine the sheer amount of Death Data out there!”

An in-game event will be held to commemorate the milestone. Details will be announced at a later date.

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