Tales of Arise Questionnaire

Tales of Arise Questionnaire Asks Players Favorite Character

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Famitsu is holding a Tales of Arise questionnaire. Answers will be published in the January 13, 2022 issue of Famitsu. The questionnaire will remain open until December 12, 2021. A total of 15 questions are available, with one of the primary questions asking participants who their favorite characters was in Tales of Arise. Additionally, the questionnaire also asks players what their favorite skit or character moment was. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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The Tales of Arise questionnaire also asks what character participants enjoyed playing the most during combat. Anyone can answer the questionnaire. However, it is only available in Japanese. In the January 13, 2022 issue of Famitsu an interview with Tales of series Producer Yusuke Tomizawa will release alongside the answers.

In October 2021, Bandai Namco announced sales for Tales of Arise surpassed 1.5 million units worldwide. Additionally, in September 2021, it was revealed that total sales for the Tales of series reached 25 million units worldwide.

Since its release, Tales of Arise has received additional DLC. A special Sword Art Online collaboration pack is immediately available. It allows for players to fight Kirito and Asuna. Additionally, it also includes extra outfits for Alphen, Shionne, and Law.

Tales of Arise is immediately available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.

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