A giant guitar at a music festival
A giant guitar is pictured during the Hellfest music Festival in Clisson, western France, June 20, 2014. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

The past few days have felt like long time game company Harmonix have been going through resurgence. First was the announcement of three brand new downloadable songs for "Rock Band 3" and now Harmonix have asked fans to partake on a survey that could be leading to a new "Rock Band" game.

As reported by Destructoid, the "Rock Band" survey asked fans questions about their familiarity with the series, what consoles they discovered their games from and what they would like to see in the future. These questions raised many interesting points to what the future can hold for this franchise as some of the suggestions could lead to Harminix not making a current generation version of the game.

Some of the questions in the survey question the audience on whether they'd like to see a modern version of the game or a new game for what they dubbed as "legacy" consoles. The legacy consoles, of course are, for systems like the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and it appears that Harmonix might not be done with them. There are even questions regarding brand new DLC content for the past "Rock Band" games and maybe even new versions of the "Rock Band" instruments for past games. This doesn't mean a new game for modern consoles isn't in the works as Harmonix are releasing "Amplitude" on the PlayStation 4, still that doesn't mean a new game is set in stone.

More details can be found in the link here from the company's Twitter. This is not the first time a survey was used to raise interest in a game franchise, though; Ubisoft, for one, has been using surveys for a much longer time than Harmonix, the results of which have been seen in numerous "Assassin's Creed" games. While still in the subject of Ubisoft, the company also gave a survey for the next "Far Cry" game that gave some rather creative questions for that particular series. A report from Eurogamer confirmed that Ubisoft asked players if they would like to keep the modern aesthetic of the "Far Cry" games with a direct sequel to "Far Cry 4" or have gamers team up with Vampires or fight cowboys in the Wild West. If you want to make your voices heard on the next "Rock band" game, check out the survey in the link above.

Rock Band 3 E3 2010 Debut Trailer (Credits: Youtube/Machinima)

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