Square Enix Announces 'Left Alive' for PlayStation 4 From Director Toshifumi Nabeshima

Alfred Osborne
September 19, 2017

According to a press release sent after the reveal, Left Alive will be a survival action shooter for PC (Steam) and PlayStation 4 in 2018.

The trailer, the company says, teases the concept for the game. In fact, sources have defined this project as an evolution of the Front Mission series.

Left Alive has been described as a "dark and gritty world" with more information coming later this week at the Tokyo Game Show 2017.

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A minute-long trailer showing nearly nothing isn't much to go on, but if it is a mech-action game from the director of series like Armored Core and Chromehounds, you should have some idea of what kind of game you are in for.

Not much is known about the title so far, but it has Shinji Hashimoto as its producer, Metal Gear and Zone of the Enders artist Yoji Shinkawa is the character designer. A western release date was not revealed at this time. Perhaps more updates and gameplay could be offered on September 21st when the Tokyo Game Show begins?

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