Tree of Savior swings the banhammer following its Korean launch


Botters and exploiters, beware: Tree of Savior isn’t having any of that. The newly launched Korean title has banned over 1,000 accounts in its first week for taking advantage of the game.

IMC Games swung the mighty banhammer to smack down accounts that were botting, exploiting, or using illegal programs. This follows a somewhat rocky release in which players have expressed disappointment over the game’s cash shop practices and buggy state.

Of course, you wouldn’t get into trouble for doing these things, would you? Of course not, and because you’re a lovely human being, we’ve got a new Tree of Savior video by Steparu demonstrating some of the game’s animated emotes below.

Source: Steparu
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