Suda 51 making brutal PS4 exclusive Let it Die

It'll probably be crazy.

Iconic Japanese video game developer Suda 51 is making a brutal brawler exclusively for PlayStation 4 called Let it Die. It's coming out next year.

Sony announced the game, developed by Grasshopper and GungHo Online Entertainment, during its E3 conference.

It showed a bunch of half-dressed people in a murky, dark building, using all manner of makeshift weapons - spiked clubs, hatchets - to rip each other to shreds. Damage numbers floated out of people's battered heads.

The trailer showed a glimpse of gameplay but not enough to draw any solid conclusions.

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