Square Enix Might Consider Other Platforms for Left Alive After it Releases for PS4 and PC
Square Enix's Left Alive has been announced only for PS4 and PC, but the game's Director isn't excluding ports to other platforms after release.
Left Alive has been announced by Square Enix only for PS4 and PC, but Square Enix isn’t new to porting games to new platforms after their release.
At Gamescom 2018 in Cologne, DualShockers talked to Game Director Toshifumi Nabeshima, and we asked him through a translator whether we may expect to see the game coming to other consoles or not.
“Our first mission now is to get the PC and PS4 versions released as well as they can be. Once that is done, we’re going to look into other possibility as well.”
So there you have it, straight from the lion’s mouth: if you don’t have a PS4 or a PC, you shouldn’t lose hope, as the game might still come to other platforms, even if you’ll have to wait a while longer.
It’s worth mentioning that the game doesn’t yet have a firm release date for PS4 and PC either, even if it’s likely to be announced soon enough.
If you want to learn more about Left Alive, you can check out the most recent screenshots and details from Gamescom 2018, an earlier batch of screenshots, the 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 for to work on the game’s character design.
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