As the release date for LEFT ALIVE quickly approaches, Square Enix has announced a chance for fans who preorder through the North American Square Enix store to win an original hand-drawn piece of art from Yoji Shinkawa. Here’s everything you need to know.
Fans of Yoji Shinkawa’s artwork have a lot to look forward to as Square Enix has revealed that fans that pre-order LEFT ALIVE have a chance to win an original piece by the famed illustrator and designer himself. As apart of the sweepstakes, Square Enix has also revealed a video for fans to see, one that reveals Shinkawa-san working on the one-of-a-kind piece of art that features the main characters from LEFT ALIVE.
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Along with the announcement of their upcoming sweepstakes, Square has also revealed those that partake in the pre-order giveaway have a chance to win a PlayStation 4 1TB console. Those interested can read the rules regarding the upcoming giveaway here.
Along with the giveaway, Square Enix has also revealed a Square Enix Store exclusive limited Mech Edition bundle that ships with the Day One Edition of the game, a Volk action figure, Hardback Art Collection, exclusive Steelbook Case, and a Collector’s Box for $159.99 USD. You can check out more details here for information about that edition.
LEFT ALIVE is set to release on both PC and PlayStation 4 on March 5, 2019. Stay tuned as we’ll keep you updated as more information is made available regarding the upcoming release.
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