Left Alive was a promising game when it was first announced by Square Enix in 2017. Toshifumi Nabeshima (Armored Core) was an interesting piece of paper on the paper, developed by producers like Yoji Shinkawa (Metal Gear Solid) and Takayuki Yanase (Ghost in the Shell). Now he has his way out on the PC, and things don’t work well at first.
For those who don’t try, let’s be warned, Left Alive is definitely a game of past generations. PS3 or Xbox 360 consoles for a game out of the game I think someone would be surprised. The game features low-resolution coatings, 30fps fire effects, simple section designs in various areas, and everything really stands out well past its history.
What’s even more interesting is that Left Alive has a very poor optimization and doesn’t give enough performance despite older generation graphics. Nvidia’s most powerful graphics card, even at the rate of 60fps frame cannot work. Anthem and Metro Exodus were brought to mind in this respect.
As it turned out, Left Alive took the reaction of the players and received negative reviews from Steam. If the optimization update is not published as soon as possible, the situation will get worse.