Originally released at the end of 2016, the action brawling game Let It Die brought together brutal difficulty and a cycle of rewards to players through an endearing free-to-play format, and now it appears that the Grasshopper Manufacture-developed game will be coming to PC owners later this year.
GameSpot revealed that the free-to-play brawler Let It Die will officially be coming to PC this fall through Steam, after the title originally debuted as a PS4-exclusive. While no more specific details or an exact release date were provided, we can at least expect that the PC release will carry over the free-to-play format and content that players saw in its PS4 release over to the PC audience, giving them a chance to experience the title for the first time.
Since its release in 2016, Let It Die has proven to be popular among the PS4 audience, with the title having accumulated over four million downloads to date. In that time, the game also seen numerous updates that have provided players with new content such as weapons, enemies, and new areas inside of its main location, the deadly Tower of Barbs.
Let It Die is currently available on PS4, and the title is expected to head to PC later this year.