Let It Die, the critically-acclaimed free-to-play chaotic permadeath PS4 exclusive, is throwing a spectacular celebration for its one year anniversary with a major collaboration with World of Tanks. The Crossover will take place on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017 through Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.
The World of Tanks collab includes ten premium Skill Decals that may drastically affect various skills and items, which will be a treat to veterans and new players. The decals include:
- World of Tanks – Max HP increased by 45%
- Tiger II – Fire a WAR ENSEMBLE weapon for five seconds, which reloads with explosive rounds that deal 20% more damage
- STEEL WALL – 20% chance of not taking any damage when hit
- Chi-Ha – After using WAR ENSEMBLE weapons for five seconds, ammo changes to explosive rounds that deal 30% more damage
- SHARPSHOOTER – Reduced bullet spray and recoil when using a WAR ENSEMBLE weapon
- PATROL DUTY – Shows enemies on the map permanently and decreases Dash stamina consumption and Fatigue Time by 50%
- BILLOTTE’S MEDAL – Players recover faster from being set on fire or from paralysis when electrocuted
- T95E2 – Increases attack power during Down Attack by 50%
- Call for Vengeance – Rage Gauge increases by +2 when starting a Raid from the Revenge List
- INVADER – Increases attack by 20% in a Raid
Along with the decals, unique collab armor is available for purchase from the PlayStation Store, which is based off the widely popular T-34/76 tank found in World of Tanks.
Additionally, special decorations will be available for the waiting room along with limited theme quests and unique equipment for players that take on WARDOGS in the Tower of Barbs. As a treat for the 1-year anniversary, players that log in between Dec. 21, 2017 – Jan. 11, 2018 can expect to receive limited-edition pair of Uncle Death’s Space FunGlasses. The shades increase defense and stamina for all those wearing them.
Let It Die has passed three million downloads in North America, Europe, and Japan. LET IT DIE is available for download from the PlayStation Store. When we reviewed Let It Die back in March, we found the game to be, “fun but unforgiving,” with “stylized but brutal graphics” and decent bit of replay value.