Arena-based melee fighter Deathverse: Let It Die announced as PlayStation

PlayStation announced GungHo Online Entertainment’s arena-based melee fighter Deathverse: Let It Die for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.

The details about the game were not announced, but the trailer showed a lot. In the same world as let it die in 2016, the trailer started with someone who seemed to be the host of the Deathverse game, something that was broadcast on Universe TV.

Deathverse seems to have multiple characters, each with unique abilities and weapons that can be used to knock down opponent players and NPC enemies. There is also weapon customization. Players can try weapons, customize them after battle, and then return to the arena to try again.

In terms of ability, we have seen some players use weapons similar to Tommy’s guns to summon bullets from above, and we have also seen some anti-damage shields and bubbles. Some enemies use swords suitable for samurai, while others use weapons that look more like home in the Saw movie.

“Players are on the stage of the world’s most popular survival reality show. The story takes place hundreds of years after the Let It Die incident,” the press release about it reads. “Equipped with robot combat tools equipped with many deadly functions, each player can use a variety of weapons, protective shields and skills to create a character that lives longer than the competition. They must also resist monsters and assassins to stay alive in this glorious life. On the bloody stage.”

Throughout the trailer, we see a character who looks like a rich man dancing to some poppy music. Maybe she participated in the actual live game, or she is one of the fighters that can be used in the game.

If one thing is clear, it is that the first goal of anyone in the arena is to survive. It does not seem to be a battle royale, but more similar to a melee death battle based on an arena.

The survival battle arena game will be available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in the spring of 2022.

Next spring, when it comes to the PlayStation console, will you watch “Death Poetry: Let It Die”? Please let us know in the comments below!