After yesterday being tempted by online features by Front Mission’s spinoff game director, Left Alive, Nabeshima Toshifumi, many fans thought that the feature was multiplayer, but it didn’t seem at all after they firmly answered. Then, what are the features like?
Reported by Twinfinite, the Left Alive online feature is a feature similar to the Bloodborne and Dark Souls 3 features. Where you will be able to find out where the player dies by turning on the Heat Map Display. Uniquely, besides showing where other players die, you can also take items from their corpses to get rare objects.
In addition to this, Square-Enix also announces New Game + which allows you to play back the game from the start with the levels and abilities that you have increased in the previous playthrough.
Left Alive will be released February 28 in Japan for the PlayStation 4 and PC, while the English version will be released on March 5, 2019 on the same platform. You can read more news about it through their official.