Square Enix released a new video for their mech-action RPG Left Alive, coming to PlayStation 4 and PC on March 5.
The video details skill and tactical gameplay that players will be able to execute during the game’s missions, all narrated by the game’s director Toshifumi Nabeshima, who is known for the Armored Core series.
Left Alive aims to give players a unique style of tactical gameplay features that center around survival against all odds against a powerful enemy. The game will feature challenging encounters that will require players to approach situations in alternative ways to uncover safe routes through tough situations. Players are able to craft traps and weapons and use enemy weaponry against them in order to save the civilians trapped on the battlefield.
Gameplaying in Left Alive revolve around saving people who have been left behind. Throughout the game, players will encounter many civilians in war-torn parts of the city. The player is tasked with saving these citizens as one of their missions, but sometimes they’ll need to decide on whether they should gather resources or leave citizens behind.
Danger also lurks the streets during gameplay. Players will need to figure out ways to survive when encountered by an enemy. This means managing the risk of the encounter by evading enemies and using tactics to get through alive. The enemy won’t be easy to take down, they are well equipped with the armor that gunfire isn’t completely effective against. Shooting their exposed limbs are necessary to take them down.
In case you missed it, you can check out 14-minutes of gameplay from the developer.
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