Tree of Savior’s early access has officially launched

    
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Well, this isn't ideal.

After a brief delay brought on by minor technical difficulties, Tree of Savior’s founder’s servers — Klaipeda and Orsha — came alive this morning, so if you’ve picked up one of the founder packs with exclusive early access, you’re now in. The free-to-play servers launch April 28th.

“The time to save the world and find the goddesses has finally come!” says IMCGames. Except every Tuesday from 1 to 5 a.m., when the servers are undergoing routine maintenance. That is the time to do something other than save the world.

IMCGames also has a long thread running on the official forums suggesting there’s hope for a future EU server. “I’d like to ask where in Europe you expect the EU server to be located. Is anywhere in Europe okay or is there a certain country that gives you better ping?” asks a staffer. “In addition, could you tell me where you’re playing from? Not only European players, I’m asking everyone.” Better go vote!

And if you’re already playing, which server are you on?

Which Tree of Savior early access founder server are you playing on? (Pick as many as relevant.)

  • Klaipeda (17%, 74 Votes)
  • Orsha (11%, 49 Votes)
  • Waiting for EU server (11%, 46 Votes)
  • Not playing YET (10%, 44 Votes)
  • Not playing EVER (4%, 17 Votes)
  • Waiting for F2P (26%, 112 Votes)
  • Elf butts (21%, 90 Votes)

Total Voters: 381

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Update: IMCGAMES just opened a new server, Fediman, intended for future EU players. “This is a temporary EU server meant to accommodate the players who wish to be transferred to our upcoming server physically located in Europe,” the devs write. “Femidian is currently located on the US East Coast, but the entire server will be relocated to our future server in Europe. Please keep this in mind when playing on this server.”
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Rozyn
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Leilonii Rozyn So you can’t “bind” your left and right clicks, nor your MMB sadly, but on Mouse Mode your left click looks like it’s still the basic attack. I kinda dig click to move for the game and then when I was fighting I was using my WASD keys while clicking to attack – now this was on an Archer so maybe that’s why it worked out okay. Going to roll a cleric today and see how it goes.

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ThatLanteshGuy I purchased it last night after seeing someone play and have enjoyed it a lot. So it was worth it for me, but I’d suggest watching some people play for a bit and researching the game, IF you really want to try it now. $10 is cheap, but there’s no need to waste money if you don’t have to. Otherwise, just wait for F2P launch.

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Belcross You can use the controller but you can’t rebind any of it. I’ve heard from people that they weren’t crazy about the controller keybinds, but it can’t hurt to try it out and then move back to keyboard/mouse.

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Rozyn I’d actually suggest using Keyboard and rebinding. You can rebind nearly all of the keys, although for some you may need to go find where they are bound to first and change those. For example I seem to remember that WASD was bound to the skill bar, so I had to rebind the skill bar first and then go and bind the WASD to moving. The only odd part was that I couldn’t bind Left click to Normal Attack, but I bound it to my Naga Hex’s bottom side button and that works out well.

I think the main difference is that with Mouse mode you can’t move while attacking and get a delay, but with Keyboard mode you can move/dodge more quickly while auto attacking and things, so that’s what people recommend for most classes. Supposedly Wizard/Ranger are the only ones suited to Mouse mode but I made a Wizard alt and it worked fine in Keyboard mode.

On the super plus side, this game remembers all of your keybinds across classes. So once you figure out what works for you, there’s no need to do it all over again. But definitely recommend doing Keyboard mode and rebinding just a ton of it. It feels much more like standard MMO controls, with the necessary quick reactions to move that you need.

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DugFromTheEarth You picked the BR server. I’d suggest switching to Klaipeda if you haven’t gotten so far. It’s much better. :)

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Have never played a game like this and never had any intention of playing this, especially since I’m busy loving ESO. But saw Towelliee streaming it last night and it looked fun. Paid the cheap $10 to get access and had a great time. There’s a bit of a learning curve since it’s my first time with this style game, but at least I was able to reconfigure the keybinds to something I’m more used to. My chief concern down the line is the enchanting system, but this is only going to be a side game for me so I’m hoping because I’m playing it casually it won’t get to the point where it bothers me. So here’s my sheepish and very surprised thumbs up for this one.

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DugFromTheEarth 
How ironic.  I was on Orsha but the Brazillians immediately made me feel like I was in an STD lake.  I switched to Klaipeda.

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DugFromTheEarth Dangit, I totally should have rolled Cleric. Maybe I will tomorrow, that Plague Doctor mask is freaking amazing.

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Littlebugbear My friend and I switched to Klaipeda because we were in a 600 person queue on Orsha, after the switch it was instant lol. So that worked out for the best all around.

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Whelp, a friend gifted the EA to me, so that changes that answer. Very cute game so far. Highly recommend “mouse controls” if anyone tries it out – changes movement keys to click-to-move and WASD rather than arrow keys.