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Square Enix Wants Your Feedback on Final Fantasy 15 Demo

Now's your chance to tell Square Enix what you think about the game's Episode Duscae demo.

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Square Enix has launched a new survey, asking players for their feedback regarding the Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae demo, released on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 earlier this month.

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The Japanese publisher says it will share feedback with the development team in an effort to improve the final game. The Final Fantasy XV demo is available only to people who bought Final Fantasy Type-0 HD.

As such, players will need to register their copy of the game on this website before they can submit feedback. This, in theory at least, will ensure that Square Enix hears from only the people who have actually played the game.

The Final Fantasy XV demo is set in a small area of the game's overall world, the Duscae region. Players can embark upon a number of missions, including one where they hunt down a Behemoth. Right now, it's unclear if anything players earn in the Final Fantasy XV demo will carry over to the full version of the game.

So is the demo worth playing? Check out GameSpot editor Alexa Ray Corriea's opinions here.

For lots more on Final Fantasy XV, check out GameSpot's in-depth interview with game director Hajime Tabata. Among other things, Tabata explains why he thinks the game's all-male cast makes the experience more approachable overall.

Square Enix has not yet announced a release date for the full game. Further Final Fantasy XV coverage follows below.



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