Indie sandbox MMO Tree of Life will exit early access and launch in August 2017
It’s been a while since we’ve talked about early access Korean sandbox import Tree of Life, which hit beta last year following a transition to factional PvP and a big graphics overhaul. Today, developers NeoBricks and OddoneGames have announced that the test phase will come to an end in “early August 2017” when the game is fully released on Steam. The companies say the game sold 34K copies in its first two months of early access.
“At the time of the Official Release, the new game engine, called ‘Clay 2 Engine’, will have been designed and developed for the new Tree of Life. As for the veterans of the game, they will see the game graphics have been significantly improved. Moreover, the game UI has been completely re-designed in light of a much needed UX improvement: an easy to use, good-looking UI. The PvP-content will also undergo massive improvement and polishing, the game will become more enjoyable but also much more intense.”