Tree of Savior will launch free-to-play, heads toward first closed beta

Eliot Lefebvre
E. Lefebvre|12.31.14

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Tree of Savior will launch free-to-play, heads toward first closed beta
It's beginning to look a lot like... well, beginnings.
If you had any lingering doubts that Tree of Savior would be launching as a free-to-play title, best to put them out of your head now. The game will indeed be launching free-to-play, at least in Korea, with an undisclosed number of "extra" items in the cash shop (which will be revealed in the future). Recruitment for the first closed beta is already underway, with the first test starting on January 15th, 2015. This early test will be limited to 3,000 participants, and as it's for the Korean version, you'll need a Korean Nexon account.

Some clarification regarding the game's class structure has also been posted; it lays out how players can move up to the more advanced classes at regular intervals. The first test features only 28 possible classes rather than the full 80 of the final game, but more options will be made available as the game moves through testing.
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Tree of Savior will launch free-to-play, heads toward first closed beta