Tree of Savior was greenlit on Steam in just 10 hours

    
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It looks nice at a glance, all right.

Yesterday, we let you fine readers know that Tree of Savior had gone the way of all indie games (or at least many of them) by heading to on Steam Greenlight to see whether people would drop cash on it. Today – or more accurately, several hours later yesterday – the community said that it definitely would. So the game is already greenlit on the platform.

For the record, it took about 10 hours.

Obviously, this shows how excited the game’s English community is about getting to play. The developers promise further updates on the game’s development blog about what happens next, but it’s an indisputable victory for players with a hankering for the game.

Source: Steam Greenlight; thanks to Mikey and Yulian for the tip!
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KirkSteadman
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KirkSteadman

Super hyped for this game.

Pandalulz
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Pandalulz

ManastuUtakata anatheod This is in the feature list on the Steam page: “Some classes are made difficult to acquire by hiding it or making it have particular conditions”
So at least some won’t be pickable up front.

Rozyn
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Rozyn

I can’t deny the main, okay, only, reason I’m interested is because it’s really really pretty. Yeah, I’m vain.

BalsBigBrother
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BalsBigBrother

Koshelkin ManastuUtakata anatheod pft planning ahead is for noobs.  I will just go for it and live with the consequences :-)

Kazhamania
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Kazhamania

Dats Hype !

DugFromTheEarth
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DugFromTheEarth

Hope this turns out to be more than just an anime thats been subjected to the typical generic asian “Build an mmorpg” kit.

Koshelkin
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Koshelkin

ManastuUtakata anatheod You get a periodical class choice(it was each 5-10 levels iirc). Some choices are definitely unique and if you decide on a branch your stuck with it. Steparu moaned about a bad class choice in one of his articles. Too lazy to look it up, tho.

TitianHero
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TitianHero

EatCandy Indie is like organic, both terms means it’s covered in fresh bullshit.

ManastuUtakata
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ManastuUtakata

anatheod 
…I have a feeling you start with a base class, then gradually dump points into certain skill thingies that will unlock that class you are trying to get to. Or something like that. Trying to figure that out from the Steparu clips. But I don’t you start out with 80 classes to choose from. I could be entirely wrong on that though.

anatheod
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anatheod

well, they had me at 80 classes…