Tree of Savior’s spring rollout has been anything but smooth. The isometric import has weathered numerous storms over the past few months, including rampant cheating and instance instability. The team announced last week that it would be delaying the title’s free-to-play launch to shore up some of these weak spots, and now we have word of the new release date: May 10th.
“We apologize for the confusion many of you had on our game’s F2P release date,” IMC said yesterday. “Due to the changes recently made, we had to push the release schedule back to May. The game will be open to everyone on May 10th, and the exact time will be announced in the future once our regular maintenance hours are confirmed.”
Tree of Savior has been in early access on Steam since March 29th.