Left Alive TGS 2017 trailer, screenshots

First look at Square Enix's newly announced survival action game.

Left Alive

Square Enix debuted the first gameplay trailer and screenshots for its newly announced survival action game Left Alive at Tokyo Game Show 2017.

The third-person shooter is set in the world of Front Mission—chronologically between Front Mission 5 and Front Mission Evolved—and follows three protagonists isolated in the war-torn Russian city where the game is set, each acting independently in order to survive. Wanzers, the mecha from the Front Mission series, will appear. While you will mainly confront them as enemies, it is also possible to steal and pilot a Wanzer. The primary objective of the game is survival. There is a crafting element as well. And the route you take to get to your destination is up to you. Read more about the game here.

Left Alive is due out for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam in 2018.

Watch the trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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