Square Enix Reveals New Mech Action Game, Left Alive

From Former Metal Gear Solid and Armored Core Devs

During Sony’s pre-Tokyo Game Show 2017 press conference, Square Enix revealed Left Alive, a new mech game for the PS4 and Steam.

The teaser trailer shows a futuristic setting where the world looks to be on the brink of destruction before a huge mech is flown in by a military helicopter. On the official website, Square Enix describes Left Alive as a “survival action-shooter” set in a “dark and gritty world.”

The director of Left Alive is Toshifumi Nabeshina, known for his production on the Armored Core series, Chromehounds, and Kojima’s upcoming Death Stranding. Metal Gear Solid character designer, Yoji Shinkawa, is in charge of, well, character designs for the new game as well which you can get a glimpse of in the art below. Takayuki Yanase, whose previous projects include Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and Xenoblade Chronicles X, will be responsible for mech designs.

Left Alive teaser

Not much else is known about the game but it certainly has our attention considering the high pedigree of talent working on it. Left Alive is scheduled to be out in 2018 for PS4 and PC.

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