Well, Tree of Savior still doesn’t have an “official” publisher here in the West, but perhaps a bit of Steam Greenlight love could get some publisher attention for incGames’ upcoming free to play title. Still in beta in Korea, Tree of Savior quickly became a highly anticipated title when players got some screen time with it at last year’s G-Star convention.
Publisher aside, another thing that will tie up Tree of Savior’s western release is localization. On that front though, Tree of Savior is doing something a bit unique. Tree of Savior will be holding international testing and giving players access to the game’s text files. If you speak multiple languages and want to help out your fellow Tree of Savior fans, feel free to submit some translation work. (Thanks to YouTuber MisoxShiru for the heads up on this cool project reported by Steparu.)
While this will speed up translations, the project can’t actually start until the international testing goes live.
Head on over to Steam though and give the official English version of Tree of Savior a thumbs up if you can’t wait to check the title out.
UPDATE: 5/15/2015 – Tree of Savior’s English Version was Greenlit on Steam in just under 10 hours from the time it was posted!