Square Enix’s Left Alive Finally Gets New Trailer and Japanese Release Date

Square Enix's Left Alive finally introduced its release date at Sony Interactive Entertainment's pre-Tokyo Game Show PlayStation Lineup Tour event.

on September 10, 2018 6:14 AM

Today, during Sony Interactive Entertainment’s pre-Tokyo Game Show PlayStation Lineup Tour event being held in Tokyo, Square Enix presented a new trailer of Left Alive.

At the end of the trailer, we also got a release date. The game is coming to Japan on February 28th, 2019, which isn’t too long a delay from the end of 2018.

If you want to learn more about Left Alive, you can enjoy a ton of new details from Gamescom 2018an earlier batch of screenshotsthe original teaser trailer and the first full trailer with a glimpse of gameplay from last year. You can also read how Square Enix managed to recruit legendary Metal Gear Solid artist Yoji Shinkawa to work on the game’s character design, and how the game is intended to be a solid single-player experience.

The game is in development for PS4 and PC. Square Enix might consider other platforms after launch.

If you want to check out all the news from the PlayStation Lineup Tour event, you can enjoy the full recording of the livestream with English interpretation.

 /  Executive News Editor
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