Back on Tokyo Game Show 2017, Square Enix announced a game called Left alive, and since then we have not heard much about it. That is, until now. With the discussion of DualShockers, director Toshifumi Nabeshima and producer Shinji Hashimoto gave more information about Left alive, including extending the connection with another classic feature Square Enix.
Left alivewhich contains the DNA Metal Gear Solid and Armored core the talent involved in his creation is also in the same universe as the classic mecha RPG of Square Enix, Front Mission. To this end, these new details and screen shots reveal that the main characters of the game will ride a Wanzer mech during certain parts of the game. The name Wanzer is of course from the Front Mission series.
Apart from that intriguing amount of information, Nabeshima and Hashimoto provided other details about what to expect Left alive. First, the Wanzer sections are optional in some capacity, as players can opt to find alternative solutions for these sections while on foot. While they are on foot, the game takes a serious, tactical turn, because players will often be heavily overwhelmed by their opposition.
Ultimately, player selection will be an important element Left alive. Players will meet citizens through the course of the story and you can try to persuade them to come with you or leave them to their fate. At the end of the game, you learn what happened to every citizen you met.[Source: DualShockers]