(Mirror Daily, United States) – Square Enix has recently made a great announcement, which brings twice the excitement. A new title is in the making, and it is called Left Alive. However, it won’t be like any regular game, since it has some of the greatest video game veterans involved in its production. So, it will be hard to contain our impatience, since details on the game are quite scarce at the moment.
Left Alive gathers many golden video game veterans
The video game studio revealed the new title during the PlayStation Tokyo Game Show. However, to the disappointment of many, we only know it will be called Left Alive, and not many other things. Fortunately, they released a teaser trailer meant to make the wait a bit more bearable.
Fans are already hyped, since many golden names are involved in this project. The teaser revealed one of the artists who is going to work on Left Alive, namely Yoji Shinkawa, veteran well-known for working on the Metal Gears series. The studio used his artwork for the trailer, as well as on the official wallpaper.
The teaser present a post-apocalyptic universe
The producer of Left Alive is no other than Shinji Hashimoto, who was also involved in popular franchises like Kingdom Hearts or Final Fantasy. It might already sound amazing, but this is not all. Other big names associated with the project are Takayuki Yanase, known for Xenoblade Chronicles X and Ghost in the Shell, or Toshifumi Nabeshima, of the Armored Core series.
As the teaser trailer reveals, Left Alive should take place in a post-apocalyptic future, where only few survived a terrible calamity. We should find out more as the release date approaches, meaning sometime in 2018. Square Enix didn’t offer a set date for the release, but we can say the game will be available on PS4 and PC.
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