Square Enix’s Left Alive Gets Western Release Date and New Trailers; Details on Collector’s Edition

Square Enix revealed the western release date for Left Alive, spin-off from the Front Mission mecha franchise, for PS4 and PC.

on October 9, 2018 9:53 AM

Today, Square Enix finally announced the western release date for the upcoming Front Mission spin-off: Left Alive.

The game launches for PlayStation 4 and PC on March 5th. A “Mech Edition” Collector’s Edition is also available for pre-order exclusively on the Square Enix Online Store, for $159.99. The Collector Edition’s contents are described as such:

  • 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
  • Collector’s Box

The game also has a Day One Edition, with a $59.99 price tag. It contains bonus DLC, including items to help players, such as the Ammo Pack, Light Body Armor, Recovery Pack, Klyuch Weapon, and Grenade Pack.

Digital pre-orders for the game have also started, and includes the following:

  • PlayStation Store: PlayStation 4 system Static Theme, Slava Weapon and Material Pack (now available for pre-order)
  • Steam Store: Wallpaper Set, Soundtrack Sampler and Padub Weapon (available to pre-purchase from 9:00 AM Pacific today)

You can take a look at the “Mech Edition” Collector’s Edition and the two new trailers below. The first trailer shows more gameplay and introduces the game, while the second one focuses on the war and geopolitics of the game’s world.

Left Alive already had its Japanese release date announced a few weeks ago with a new trailer. As a mecha fan, I’m really looking forward to the game, and I’m glad we won’t have to wait much longer in the west.

You can check the first gameplay videos for the game here. You can also take a look at the latest screenshots, and the previous trailer for the game.


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Iyane Agossah is a writer at DualShockers living near Paris. He loves everything related to Japan, especially giant robots. He hopes for Sega to release a new Segagaga game by 2025.