Tree of Savior
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Tree of Savior is a massive multiplayer game (MMO) developed by IMC games. The game looks and feels very similar to Ragnarok Online, developed by the same company, and is often referred to as the predecessor of that game.
Similarities to Ragnarok include the need to grind for almost every aspect of the game, but in exchange Tree of Savior offers more class varieties and over 200 levels.
Old School RPG Fun
Think carefully as you’re building your character, because like many old school RPGs, it’s possible to hit a dead end with your choice of class or skill, but it’s not so easy to undo those mistakes. You’ll need potions to reset skill points, and resetting your class itself is impossible.
Luckily, Tree of Savior has a hue and welcoming online community that can help make build recommendations in order to avoid these mistakes. This somewhat takes away from the fun of the game—after all, the class options are so vast it practically begs for experimentation, but there are still plenty of viable options to have fun with. If you love throwback RPGs however, you’ll appreciate this, as well as the more unique aspects of the game. Many of the classes have original ideas behind them unique to the game. As an example, alchemists are able to breathe life into items through entering special dungeons, and squires can set up market stalls to repair equipment.
Help the goddesses in a world of chaos
The storyline behind Tree of Savior is straight forward. A huge tree of calamity has grown in the world. Plants turn into monsters, and spread everywhere from the tree. The world has descended into chaos, and the goddesses of the world need your help in order to put things right again. Inspired by Lithuanian myths, you’ll fight these monsters as you struggle to unravel the rest of the story.
Beautiful music and enchanting anime artwork in soft watercolors also bring out the fantasy theme, helping to make game play more enjoyable.
Free to play
The game itself is free to play, with purchasable options available in the game. This means you are free to spend as much or as little as you want in the game. There’s nothing worse than dropping $60 on a game only to find out you don’t like it after just a few minutes of play, so this is a big bonus to the game.
This is a great game as long as you are aware of what it is. If you prefer modern gaming, you may find yourself disappointed by the need to grind for virtually everything. If you enjoy that style of gameplay, this one will be right up your alley.
Tree of Savior has a lot of potential in it for fun and exploration, so it is overall worth giving a try.
- Free to play
- Old school RPG
- Huge number of classes and levels
- Can be glitchy
- Some play options are dead ends
- Lots of grinding