TGS 2017: Left Alive's Second Trailer Travels to the 22nd Century

Square Enix offered the teasiest of teasers on Tuesday morning. Today, the publisher returned to Tokyo Game Show with a second trailer for Shinji Hashimoto's Left Alive.


During the twilight hours of Tuesday morning, Square Enix revealed Left Alive, the next project from producer Shinji Hashimoto. Nothing much in terms of details was offered, other than Metal Gear artist Yoji Shinkawa's involvement.

Wednesday evening, Square Enix returned wtih a second trailer that offers... well, not much more. It's still a look into a post-apocalyptic future, confirmed to be Novo Slava in the year 2127. There are a few fleeting moments of gameplay to be seen this time around at the end, but there's still not much more information out there for this survival action shooter.

Check out the trailer below, because at the very least, the seeds for something interesting have been planted. Left Alive is set to come to PlayStation 4 and Steam in 2018.

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