Left Alive Gets PS4 and PC Release Date Along With Limited Edition That Includes a Freakin Mech
Square Enix announced that the survival action shooter Left Alive will launch on PlayStation 4 and PC-via Steam on March 5, 2019.
Left Alive tells the story of a group of humans who are fighting for survival in a war set in Novo Slave year 2127. The game is told from the perspective of three different protagonists as they each play a role in altering the events of the war.
During gameplay, players are able to choose to engage in gun battles head-on or by taking a more stealthy approach. This includes setting traps and crafting consumables to survive through the encounters. Also, yes, there will be mechs.
In addition to the release date announcement, the publisher revealed the Left Alive Mech Edition, a limited edition of the game with a ton of goodies for $159.99.
- The Day One Edition of the game which includes the full game, and the Day One ‘Survival Pack’ DLC
- Volk Action Figure – specially designed by Takayuki Yanase, which features interchangeable accessories, weapons, and hands
- Hardback Art Collection – 80-page artbook
- Steelbook Case – featuring mech designs from creators Yoji Shinkawa and Takayuki Yanase
- Collector’s Box
Additionally, digital preorders on PS4 unlock a static theme and additional items. The Steam version unlocks a wallpaper set, soundtrack samplers, and weapon DLC.
In case you missed it, you can check out more gameplay showing the perspective of the three main protagonists.
You can watch two new trailers below detailing the state of the world in Left Alive as well as a closer look at the characters in a release date trailer along with some screenshots of the mech edition below:
Author’s take: Being a fan of the Front Mission series, I’m glad they are doing something with the world established in those games. Sure, there were some bad Front Mission games, but I think they have a nice thing going with Left Alive. By not attaching it directly to the Front Mission games, it could gather a new fan base who just want to play a mech action game.
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