Limited Mech Edition includes VOLK action figure and 80 page hardback artbook.
At Tokyo Game Show 2018, Square Enix delayed Left Alive to 2019. The new action shooter from Armored Core series director Toshifumi Nabeshima was given a release date of February 28th, 2019, but it wasn’t confirmed whether this was for just Japan or the entire world.
Today, the publisher has confirmed that the worldwide release of Left Alive will happen on March 5th, 2019 for PS4 and PC via Steam. It also unveiled new details on the Digital Day One Edition and the limited Mech Edition, which can be pre-ordered exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store.
The Digital Day One Edition retails for €59.99, and offers the base game, Ammo Pack, Light Body Armour, and the Recovery Pack. Depending on where you order, the following items are also received:
The physical Day One Edition will provide the Survival Pack DLC along with the base game. This includes the Ammo Pack, Light Body Armour, Grenade Pack, and the Klyuch Weapon.
As for the Mech Edition, it retails for €159.99 and includes the following:
Left Alive features three protagonists and tells the story of an invasion in Novo Slava in the year 2127. Along with battling soldiers, players will also go up against giant mechs. Stealth and cunning, along with traps, consumables, and gun skills will be your primary tools for surviving. Depending on one’s performance, there will be numerous different directions to take the story in.