This 14-minute trailer for Left Alive shows the intense action in the warzone

Left Alive is coming to us from a team made up of members that worked on Armored Core, Metal Gear, Ghost in the Shell: Arise, Gundam and Xenoblade Chronicles. Announced at TGS 2017Left Alive is a stealth, survival shooter set in the Front Mission universe. 

Each of the playable characters in Left Alive has been designed by Yoji Shinkawa, known for his designs on the Metal Gear and Zone of Enders games. 

Square Enix describes Left Alive as;

LEFT ALIVE tells a human story of survival from the perspective of three different protagonists during the devastating invasion set in war-torn Novo Slava in 2127.

Experience the massive power gap between man and machine in pulse-pounding encounters: face off against powerfully armed troops, armored vehicles and towering mechs.

Choose your playing style: engage in frenetic gun battles or dispatch your enemies with stealth and wit. Set traps, collect and craft consumables to survive while exploring a devastated city ravaged by the atrocities of war.

Left Alive Gameplay Styles

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This new trailer features 14-minutes of gameplay and shows players the types of decisions and strategy they’ll need to make and use when playing. Left Alive’s city of Novo Slava is war-torn and in order to survive players will need to use all of their skills to survive. 

Players can use stealth and sneak through the environment while crafting traps to take out the enemy. Alternatively, if players have the firepower, you can take on the bad guys head-on and do your worst.

Check out the trailer below for the full video of Left Alive gameplay and see what you think you’ll do when you play.

Left Alive is headed to PS4 and PC on March 5, 2019.

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