Square Enix has brought online a new Left Alive gameplay trailer! Every inch of Novo Slava is a dangerous war zone. Can you survive? Watch the new Left Alive gameplay trailer to get a glimpse of the many ways you can forge a path to salvation in the survival action shooter coming to the PlayStation 4 and Steam on March 5, 2019.
As demonstrated in “Find a Way to Survive,” Left Alive encourages players to rely on their basic instincts to forge their own paths to survival by utilizing stealth mechanics, crafting, traps and more. The dark, gritty setting of Left Alive also poses challenges to players as they weigh the potential outcomes of their interactions with other survivors, which can help or hinder each other’s chances for survival.
Left Alive follows three different protagonists, each with their own stories, missions and potential paths to salvation. The game features a variety of action-packed play styles for players, blending strategic stealth maneuvers with frenetic gun battles and adrenaline-fueled encounters with powerfully armed troops, armored vehicles and towering mechs.
Left Alive was created by veteran game developers, Toshifumi Nabeshima (director, Armored Core series), Yoji Shinkawa from Kojima Productions (character designer, Metal Gear series), and Takayuki Yanase (mech designer, Ghost in the Shell: Arise, Xenoblade Chronicles X).
Players who purchase the physical Day One Edition of the game will receive the bonus “Survival Pack” DLC, which includes plenty of useful items to help players survive, such as the Ammo Pack, Light Body Armor, Recovery Pack, Klyuch Weapon, and Grenade Pack.
The limited Mech Edition bundle is also available for pre-order exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store for $159.99, and includes: 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; Exclusive Steelbook Case – featuring mech designs from creators Yoji Shinkawa and Takayuki Yanase; and Collector’s Box.