While many are highly anticipating a Front Mission spin-off title Left Alive has been delayed into 2019. While the delay itself isn’t a huge surprise, we can only suspect the reason is to better improve the game, enhance gameplay elements, and add in some content for fans to enjoy.
While LEFT ALIVE has become a rather anticipated title, many have come to look forward to the first FRONT MISSION title since the launch of FRONT MISSION Evolved for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC via Steam. The only downside now is the fact that the game has been pushed out of its 2018 release date into 2019.
On the bright side of it all, Japan does have a release date of February 28, 2019, which does mean we have some idea of when to at least expect that version of the game. During Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix did release a new cinematic trailer showing off some of the game’s features including three of its characters, a futuristic warzone known as Nova Slava. While the teaser was cinematic, for all intents and purposes, it didn’t show off any gameplay at this time.
But it did do one thing right – it let us see some massive mechs that looked absolutely amazing, but that’s expected from Armored Core veteran Toshifumi Nabeshima who is directing the upcoming game. You can check out the TGS trailer down below.
LEFT ALIVE is expected to launch on PC via Steam and PlayStation 4 in 2019 for North America and Japan. Stay tuned as we’ll keep you updated as more information is made available about the game.
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