PS2 and GameCube cult hit Killer 7 is making a comeback. Well, sort of. Let It Die, the PS4-only online title from developer Grasshopper Manufacture, is running a special crossover event this spring that will honour the game in some way or another.
No details have been confirmed as of yet, other than it's being organised to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Grasshopper, which is helmed by oddball video game designer, Goichi 'Suda51' Suda.
Let It Die is no stranger to crossover events, having previously invited the likes of World of Tanks and Gravity Rush 2 into its free to play-based shenanigans. Presumably we can look forward to characters and other Killer 7-related goodies thrown into the mix, but we'll have to wait and see.
Killer 7 launched back in 2005 initially as a GameCube-exclusive title before eventually making the transition to PS2. It wasn't a huge success, but like many of Suda51's idiosyncratic offerings, the game became a cult hit that still maintains a decent following to this day.