It has launched a survey, with the current focus on improving graphics…
Square Enix is seeking feedback from fans on how it can improve Babylon’s Fall, beginning with the game’s graphics.
The publisher, which co-developed the live service title with PlatinumGames, has launched a survey to help it understand how it can deliver “a better game experience” for players of the third-person action RPG.
The multiple-choice survey asks players to indicate their level of satisfaction with various visual aspects of the game including playable and non-playable character and equipment design, its “oil painting style” graphics and its maps.
The survey must be completed by March 18 at 10.59am PT / 1.59pm ET / 5:59pm GMT.
Babylon’s Fall was released on March 3 to highly critical reviews. It currently holds scores of 42 (PS5) and 37 (PC) on review aggregation site Metacritic, based on 28 and seven reviews respectively.
“In the future, Babylon’s Fall will almost certainly be frequently used as an example of how not to launch a live service game,” opens VGC’s review of the game.
“Not only does it fail at the most basic elements, such as a visual style that’s incredibly unappealing, or a mission structure that is somehow both dreadfully short and tedious, but the game also tries desperately to establish itself as a live game, filling your screen with as many opportunities to micro-transact as it can, despite the fact it actually costs $60 to purchase.”
Square Enix has said it plans to support Babylon’s Fall with new game modes, ongoing story content, and additional weapons at no extra cost.