It's been a few number of years since Harmonix last implored us to flood our living rooms with plastic instruments in the spirit of faux-rock stardom, but the music games developer is gauging interest in a return to form. Harmonix CEO Alex Rigopulos has hinted in the past that the company's actively considering a new Rock Bandtitle; now, it's asking for direct input from fans.
In a short survey, Harmonix asks players how invested they still are in the series, and how likely they'd be to join in on a reunion tour. Apart from wanting to know how often fans play Rock Band games, buy DLC, and what peripherals they have, the survey also asks for interest in a new title in the franchise on current or legacy consoles.
While many would love to see a continuation of Rock Band, it's likely not the number one priority right now for Harmonix. It's currently managing at least three other projects, including Fantasia: Music Evolved, Dance Central Spotlight, and Kickstarter success story Amplitude.
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