Japan will host closed beta test for mobile MMORPG Re: Tree Of Savior

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A mobile adaptation of the PC MMORPG Tree Of Savior, inspired by Ragnarok Online, was announced back in 2016. The game was then called Tree of Savior Mobile Remake and offered the same capabilities as on the PC, but with controls adapted for touch screens.

From the moment of the first announcement about the project, there was practically no news, but the case finally got off the ground. Publisher Nexon announced that the closed beta testing of Re: Tree Of Savior, which will now be the name of this MMORPG, will be held in Japan from 4 to 17 June. Registration on the official website is already available and will last until May 31, but only 10,000 randomly selected users will be able to participate.

Japan was chosen as the first country for the CBT because the original Tree of Savior is still quite popular in this country, while in other regions it cannot boast of high performance. Probably, the developers want to test the game in the first place where it has the best chance of success, before entering the global market.

Re: Tree of Savior is a 2D isometric MMORPG developed by the South Korean company IMC Games. The game will offer a huge amount of content with many classes to choose from and over 200 different boss monsters. The biggest difference from the PC version is the gacha system, here called Fellow. With the help of it, you will have to collect characters for the team.

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