With Metacritic scores in the 30s and 40s and peak concurrent player counts in the hundreds, it seems fair to say that Square Enix and PlatinumGames’ Babylon’s Fall has fallen way short of the mark. Given the publisher’s reputation in times such as these, one would assume that Square Enix would quickly pull the plug- but instead, the publisher is actually seeking feedback from players in hopes of trying to improve the game.
As featured on the game’s official website, Square Enix is hosting a feedback survey to better understand the problems with Babylon’s Fall and hopefully start working towards rectifying them. As of now, the survey (comprised of multiple choice questions) focuses on the game’s bland graphics and the reaction from players to that aspect of the experience.
Interested players can fill the survey through here, but be sure to do so before March 18th. Another upcoming Square Enix-published RPG, Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, has fared better than Babylon’s Fall on a critical level, with a 72 Metacritic score on PS5 at the time of writing.