May 26, 2017 08:10 AM EDT
Gamers who own "Final Fantasy XV" recently got a new update that contained a survey for them to fill out. It hinted some new content for the popular video game for future updates.
New Survey Hints Lots Of Future Content
The new update had a survey attached to it, which was accessible from the special section on the main menu of the video game. The new survey lets players choose which feature from a list of many options that they would like to see most of it in the future. The one that gets the highest score for being requested will be discussed among the development team, which could mean it could get implemented in the future, according to the official website of Reddit.
Players are warned ahead that it could only be completed once, so they have to think of their answers wisely. The deadline of the survey will be by the end of June. There were several options that they could choose from.
Survey Options Detailed
There were several interesting options to choose from, which made it difficult for the fans to pick the best ones. Some of these options include the possible playable characters like Cor, Iris, Lunafreya, Gentiana, and Aranea. There is also an option of a hardmode difficulty, improved Armiger abilities, and stat changing magic options.
For the possible playable characters, there were also options that there might be story content with these characters included coming soon. These will be all about their stories like Ardyn's Past, Cor's Activities, Ifrit's Betrayal, and many more.
Patch 1.10 Improvements And Additions
Among the several patches for "Final Fantasy XV," this was the most stable version of them all. Aside from the survey, it also fixed some minor bugs, and the time quests crash bug was also fixed. It also added a new recipe called Plump n Pungent Tofu, and also the winners of the Snapshot contest were announced, Dual Shockers reported.
Check out the Final Fantasy XV Official Accolades Trailer video below:
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