tree of savior

IMCGames has removed all of Tree of Savior’s DLC from Steam following the launch of the TP bundles in the Steam Inventory Store. This move follows the company having disabled purchase of DLC for a while to adjust pricing. The ultimate removal was due to the developers feeling that the DLC is now redundant.

In an official blog post on the matter, IMC offered players who have not yet redeemed the DLC product and are now unable to do so a way to solve the issue. Players will need a screenshot of the purchase.

In addition to the DLC change, IMCGames also announced that they would be giving players a 12-hour time token and four tomes of experience following an extended downtime. The game is back up as of this writing.

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  1. phyniex on June 8, 2016

    its not that it was redundent they removed them because steam mixed up some of the tp bundles with thos for a different country. ie sea bundle was for asia etc. etc. they really are trying but seems like there makeing the same mistakes as Ragnarok online. the net code is still trash

  2. NGoHT on June 7, 2016

    At least it seems like they care. Not a bad sign tbh.

    • Eviil on June 10, 2016

      The company are actually on top of this game in a good way.