Left Alive was announced during Tokyo Game Show 2017 with the promise of a 2018 release. That’s obviously not happening as 2018 is coming to a close and we’ve still not got the game on our shelves.
There have been a few trailers released here and there by Square Enix since the initial announcement, but there’s still not much known about the survival shooter coming to PS4. However, we should get more information early next year.
The game’s director Toshifumi Nabeshima, recently took part in a special feature on Japanese gaming outlet 4Gamer, where he hinted that more information would be shared in early 2019, possibly during a livestream as they are all the rage these days.
It’s something to look forward to, just don’t expect to understand much of it unless Square Enix has translators on hand (or you’re proficient enough in Japanese…).
Left Alive is set to release on PS4 and PC on March 5th, 2019.
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