An English version of the annual Atlus survey has launched for the first time in its seven-year history and will be open to responses for this weekend only.
Atlus is a Japanese game developer with a strong specialization in JRPGs, most recently with Persona 5 and Shin Megami Tensei V. One of the hallmarks of this company is an annual survey that gathers data about what gamers would like to see next from the company. That survey is now live, and Atlus has a surprise for the West: an English version of the survey has also launched for the first time ever.
English Version of the 2022 Atlus Survey is a Big Step
As Persona Central reports (via Reddit), the 2022 Atlus Survey is now available and an English version is live for U.S. residents for the first time in its seven-year history. As always, there are some pretty interesting questions in the mix.
The English version of the survey starts off by collecting demographic data and information on what platforms and services you're currently subscribed to (such as Netflix, Xbox Game Pass, etc.). It spends a couple dozen questions gauging your interests in games and your knowlege of Atlus franchises such as Persona and Shin Megami Tensei. The next portion of the survey focuses on figuring out which platforms you like to play on, whether it's PC (Steam or otherwise), consoles, or mobile.
The tail-end of the survey is where it gets really interesting, though. It asks about your interest in remakes of older Persona games (such as Persona 2 and Persona 3), older Shin Megami Tensei games (such as Shin Megami Tensei 4), and where you would like to play them. The 2022 Atlus survey also inquires about digital board games and card games for both franchises.
Critically, this survey also inquires about which platforms you would like to play future Atlus games on. If you're one of the many people who wish you could play the older Persona games on PC, now is the time to make your voice heard.
U.S. residents can participate in the English version of the 2022 Atlus survey from now until May 15, 2022. It should take approximately 45–60 minutes to complete. Atlus will likely release commentary about the survey results at a later date.