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Let It Die is a free-to-play hack and slash video game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by GungHo Online Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. A companion app for smartphones devices was also released.
Let It Die was originally known as Lily Bergamo (リリィ・ベルガモ?), which initial plot focused on a female protagonist called Tae Ioroi, and was set in the year 2043. The game’s world drew from both Japanese and Western cultures. It was described as a “super action game” or an “extreme action game”. The game was supposed to feature an “element of growth”, in that by gradually accumulating experience, the player’s data is updated more and more rapidly. Lily Bergamo would have featured online play and features, though details were currently still unknown.
In addition to the game, Lily Bergamo would feature an “companion app”, which would be playable on smartphones. The game would feature online play, and according to GungHo Online Entertainment’s CEO Kazuki Morishita, would allow “both smartphone and PlayStation gamers to be in the same world”. According to Morishita, Grasshopper Manufacture “wants to make the most out of the strengths of online play, and the idea of using smartphones to play has been a big deal”, with the goal of the app being allowing players “to completely rely on their smartphones to play”.
Although Lily Bergamo changed to Let It Die during the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2014, the concept of an “extreme action game” remained. It is currently unknown as to whether character designer Yusuke Kozaki will continue with production of the game, but it is confirmed that Tae Ioroi will not exist within the game. The change commenced around the end of 2013. Suda explained that the concept of death is relevant throughout the game, and that if one player dies in a game, he will appear in another player’s game, making the deaths of players important in the experience of the game, hence the title. The game will have normal AI enemies and dead player characters’ avatars, and will also be free-to-play. The game represents a huge departure from Suda’s past video games in terms of creative philosophy.
Lily Bergamo was the first game to be developed by Grasshopper Manufacture since it was acquired by GungHo Online Entertainment. Suda stated that Lily Bergamo was conceived after GungHo CEO Kazuki Morishita expressed his desire to “make a game that leverages the inherent flavor of both companies.” The game was revealed in April 2013, and in Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia’s Press Conference on September 9, 2013, the release date was set to sometime in 2014. Additional information was shown at the 2013 Tokyo Game Show, including the name of the protagonist, the ability to play on smartphones and the game’s setting. At the game show, a special stage event was held for Lily Bergamo, including a cosplay model dressed up as the game’s protagonist Tae Ioroi, and specially-made Lily Bergamo stickers were distributed. Although the game was not playable then, Suda promised that it would be at the 2014 Tokyo Game Show instead. Kozaki Yuusuke is the head of character design in Lily Bergamo, along with director Nobutaka Ichiki and designer Yusuke Kozaki. A trademark for Lily Bergamo has been filed in North America, which hinted at a soon-to-be confirmed release in that region and globally.
On June 11, 2014 at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2014, Lily Bergamo was transformed into Let It Die. GungHo Online Entertainment had trademarked Lily Bergamo in the United States, hinting at a possible global release, with the reveal of Let It Die confirming it. On October 29, 2015, GungHo Online Entertainment announced that Let It Die had been delayed, and that it would now launch in 2016 instead of its originally planned 2015 release window. On December 3, 2016, Let It Die was released for free on PlayStation Network.
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