Not far from the Convention Center in a venue in LA, there took place one of the most original video game presentations of E3 2016. Goichi Suda and Akira Yamaoka showed their action game Let it Die while surrounded by rock stars such as The Hellcat Saints and Chester Bennington from Linkin' Park.
They announced that there will be more than 100 exclusive songs from 100 different artists in the game, most of them indie bands. Akira Yamaoka told Gamereactor that he found and personally selected all of them. He also told us that they are trying to repeat this kind of promotional concert in other locations.
Goichi Suda, director Hideyuki Shin, and GungHo Online CEO Kazuki Morishita, also took to the stage to confirm that Let it Die will launch as a free-to-play game on PS4 later this year. The creator of No More Heroes and Shadow of the Damned revealed that the message of the game is "what's your death wish". They've taken inspiration from Violence Jack and hope to deliver a gore-filled style "as in the legendary Mortal Kombat".