Left Alive is now merely a month away. And most, including me, were expecting to see the title’s launch trailer to hit the proverbial streets any day now. But Square Enix, the developer behind the title, has went out of its way, and to surprise of many, has released a mini-documentary, detailing the creation of the orchestral soundtrack for Left Alive.
The six minute long, or so video, has been released and it details the creation process, at the world famous Abbey Road studio. The clip in question showcases both the raw, in-studio creation process; as well as the brainstorming which has taken place behind the scenes.
Left Alive appears to play and look a lot like the Metal Gear series. But from what can be observed from the above described video, it will also sound hell of a lot like it, and this is worrying, as it makes one wonder whether Left Alive will be an independent IP inspired by Metal Gear, or just a clone.
Left Alive will hit the store shelves in less than 20 days. But if you can’t wait, and urgently want some more Left Alive content, then head to Square’s YouTube channel, as it features a wide range of Left Alive themed videos, and clips. And those include the above described ‘The Music of Left Alive at Abbey Road Studios’.
Left Alive will release for PC and PlayStation 4 on February 28th in Japan and March 5th for everywhere else.
Left Alive Showcases its Score in a Sleek New Video was last modified: February 11th, 2019 by Kamil
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