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Left Alive takes place between Front Mission 5 and Front Mission Evolved, and features three different protagonists. The details come by way of a Weekly Famitsu story, translated and reported by Gematsu. Produced by Shinji Hashimoto of "Front Mission" fame and directed by Toshifumi Nabeshima of the "Armored Core" series, the title has been confirmed to be a third-person shooter based on the Front Mission series.
Revealed during PlayStation's 2017 Tokyo Game Show showcase, a follow-up trailer for Left Alive indicates that it could fill a Metal Gear Solid-shaped gap in the market. Regarding the ending, there will only be a single way to conclude the game; however, character outcome all depends on how the player manages their progress. The focus seems to have shifted from the mechs - or Wanzers, as they're cutely known in Front Mission's universe - onto the player characters, with no mech customisation but the promise of crafting for weapons. If we had one complaint, however, it was that the trailer put the "tease" into "teaser" and didn't reveal much of what the game actually is.
Yanase specialises in mechanical design, notching up Metal Gear Solid 4, the action-oriented collaboration Metal Gear Rising: Revengenace and Xenoblade X among his achievements.
The game will release for PC and PlayStation 4 and is scheduled to launch in 2018.