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Square Enix announces mech game Left Alive for PC and PS4


Square Enix took advantage of Tokyo Game Show 2017 to reveal a new title that will be developed by a group of veterans of the industry. We refer to Left Alive, an action and survival shooter that will launch on PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam in 2018.

Through a press release, it was announced that Toshifumi Nabeshima, known for Armored Core and Chromehounds, will lead this project. The rest of the development team will be integrated by Yoji Shinkawa, a renowned Japanese artist who worked on Metal Gear and Zone of the Enders in character design.

Also participating is Takayuki Yanase, designer of mechs and similar machines in Ghost in the Shell: Arise, Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and Xenoblade Chronicles X.

The first trailer of the game reveals the post-apocalyptic world where the game will unfold. Apparently, there will be a great conflict where the use of machines and mechs will be very important.

Square Enix announced that at the end of this edition of Tokyo Game Show there will be more news about Left Alive. Meanwhile, the company confirmed the launch of this title in Japan and the West.

The event also revealed a version of Final Fantasy IX for PlayStation 4, as well as the release date for Monster Hunter World for consoles and PC.

Here’s the first teaser of Left Alive:

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