LOS ANGELES — LEFT ALIVE™, the survival action shooter game from SQUARE ENIX®, is now available for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and PC (via STEAM®).
For all players, two free bonus DLC are available that add fun cosmetic changes to the LEFT ALIVE experience. Players can download the LEFT ALIVE World of Tanks Collaboration DLC, which offers in-game World of Tanks backpack and posters. Players on STEAM can also pick up the LEFT ALIVE Half-Life Collaboration DLC, which reskins your crowbar to look like the one used by Gordon Freeman in Half-Life.
Gaming industry veterans Toshifumi Nabeshima (director, Armored Core series), Takayuki Yanase (mech designer, Ghost in the Shell: Arise, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Xenoblade Chronicles X) and Yoji Shinkawa from KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS (character designer, METAL GEAR series) came together to develop the unique survival action shooter title. Shinkawa’s designs breathed life into each playable character, from the young Ruthenian staff sergeant Mikhail, to confident Nova Slava police force captain Olga, and ex-member of the rebel movement Leonid, who was framed for murder and sentenced to death.
LEFT ALIVE is now available for $59.99 on the PlayStation®4 system and on STEAM. The limited Mech Edition bundle is available exclusively from the Square Enix Store for $159.99, and includes the Day One Edition of the game, a Volk Action Figure, Hardback Art Collection, exclusive SteelBook® Case, and Collector’s Box.
The LEFT ALIVE launch trailer is available at: https://youtu.be/wUPBinbdTp0.*
The title is rated M (Mature). Please visit the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) website at www.esrb.org for more information about ratings. For more information about the game, please visit: https://left-alive.square-enix-games.com/
* Per the ESRB, all videos for M-rated games must be age-gated. The age-gate must: (1) be age-neutral (I.e., require the user to input their date of birth or select it from a drop-down bar); (2) employ reasonable technical measures to keep under-age users from re-entering their age after initially being denied access; and (3) not display any ESRB rating information on the video player or the age-gate itself.
SOURCE Square Enix, Inc.