Director Toshifumi Nabeshima promises more new details in the coming weeks.
Left Alive is launching in roughly three months from now, and though we’ve seen the odd trailer and screenshots every now and again, as far as actual concrete information about the game itself is concerned, Square Enix have been largely silent. However, as we get closer to launch, we’ll be receiving plenty of new details on the game.
Recently, Left Alive’s official Twitter page posted a message from director Toshifumi Nabeshima, who acknowledged that there hasn’t been much that the developers have revealed about the game so far, but went on to promise that in the coming weeks in the build up to the game’s final launch, more details will be shared. So we can probably expect to hear a lot more about Left Alive in the next three months.
In separate tweets, artwork for the game was also shared, including art for Mikhail Alexandrovich Shuvalov, one of the game’s three main protagonists done by Metal Gear legend Yoji Shinkawa, as well as some deformed chibi-style art done for all three protagonists by fellow Metal Gear veteran Yuya Ishihata, who serves as the game’s art director. Take a look below.
Left Alive launches for PS4 and PC on March 5.
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