When Sega announced Valkyria Chronicles spin-off Valkyria: Azure Revolution, they pledged to listen to fan feedback in order to bring the best experience with the new game. In order to do that, they launched a survey together with the demo, asking players to give their opinion on the new gameplay.
Apparently, we’ll soon know what those who tried the demo felt, as within a post on the game’s playful blog (that also mentions the rivalry between Princess Ophelia and Helena Andersen, who appears to fill a role somewhat similar to Edy in the new game) it’s mentioned that the survey results will be published “the week after the next,” alongside with the modifications and changes it sparked.
The survey will be used to develop and release a second demo in the Summer, even if it’s still unknown whether this one will be available to everyone, or only to those who purchased the Japanese version of Valkyria Chronicles Remastered, gaining access to the first one.
Valkyria: Azure Revolution will be released in Japan this winter exclusively for PS4, while a western release still hasn’t been announced.