Did you have a chance to play the Final Fantasy XV demo and have a few thoughts about your experience that you would like to share with the developers? Well, you're in luck, as Square Enix today opened up a feedback survey, perfect for voicing your opinion about the upcoming game.
It's often assumed that developers, especially those as massive as Square Enix, don't really pay attention to what players have to say about their game. But the maker of popular RPGs is bucking that perception with Final Fantasy XV, offering up a fan survey for folks to give their input concerning the upcoming game. Simply head on over to the survey's website, log in to (or create) a Square Enix account, then start dishing out the opinions.
“For everyone who has played the Final Fantasy XV- Episode Duscae demo, we have opened this survey so you can provide feedback on your experience,” reads the site. “The information you provide will be shared with the Final Fantasy XV development team.”
I suppose my question is how much of that feedback will be useful for the game it refers to? We still don't really know when Final Fantasy XV will come out but, based on that demo, it seemed like pretty much all of the game's systems were in place. I have to wonder how far along development actually is if they could potentially make any sort of major alterations at this point.
Then again, maybe this is just a sort of general feedback sort of thing that will be taken into consideration for future games; a Final Fantasy XV-2, for instance.
Either way, there's no harm in taking advantage of the opportunity and actually having your opinions heard by the folks who actually make the game. Did you think that the active combat was a bit too loose? Did that boos fight take way too long? Were you super impressed by the summon animations? Have a gripe with a certain mechanics ridiculous outfit? Let the team know!
At this point, the only way to actually play the demo is by purchasing a copy of Final Fantasy Type-0. Square Enix has said that the demo will never release in any other format, which pretty much limits your options. Then again, you could always hop on eBay and buy a copy of the demo for like 30 bucks, if you're feeling especially crazy today.
The survey will apparently only take up about 10 to 15 minutes of your time, and you'll earn yourself three Final Fantasy XV wallpapers for your effort. The survey is open until May 31, so take your time, maybe play the demo a couple more times, then give Square Enix your two cents.