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Survival action-shooter Left Alive release date set for March 2019

Left Alive, the survival action-shooter from Metal Gear, Final Fantasy, and From Software veterans, has a release date.

Square Enix has announced a 2019 release date for Left Alive, the upcoming action-shooter for PC and PlayStation 4.

First unveiled at TGS 2017, the game was developed by Toshifumi Nabeshima (Dark Souls 2, Armored Core), Yoji Shinkawa (Metal Gear), Shinji Hashimoto (Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts), and Takayuki Yanase (Metal Gear, Xenoblade Chronicles X).

Left Alive tells a story of survival from the perspective of three protagonists, each trying to escapes the same "war-torn city."

Players who purchase the physical Day One Edition of the game will receive the bonus Survival Pack DLC, which includes items such as the Ammo Pack, Light Body Armor, Recovery Pack, Klyuch Weapon, and Grenade Pack.

There's also a Mech Edition bundle available pre-order exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store. It's a limited edition and only 3,000 will be made available. It includes the items listed below.

Left Alive - Mech Edition ($159.99)

  • Left Alive full game
  • Day One Survival Pack DLC
  • Volk Action Figure designed by Takayuki Yanase. 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

Digital pre-orders are also now available through Steam and the PlayStation Store ($59.99). This includes the base game, bonus DLC, including Ammo Pack, Light Body Armor and Recovery Pack as well as the following exclusive items:

  • PlayStation Store: PS4 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-order later today)

Square Enix will release Left Alive on March 5. It releases on February 28 in Japan.

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