The Tree of Savior international version site has been updated with a nod of acknowledgement to the community regarding its concerns with respect to recent events surrounding the market and personal trade systems in the Korean version of the game.
From our news on December 29, 2015:
According to a new report at Steparu, the Korean launch of Tree of Savior has come as a huge surprise, both in the fact that it launched ahead of schedule, but that the cash shop has come with some big ticket prices. For example a new hairstyle will set users back $17 or $25, more expensive than a real world 'do.
In addition to the shocking prices, players have also been confronted with more than a few bugs and localization errors that indicate the launch was rushed out of open beta without any fine-tuning.
The international team has been gathering feedback on the issue from its community and had this to say on the official Tree of Savior international site:
As many of you know by now that we have officially launched Tree of Savior in Korea.
Regarding the Korean service, we have received quite a number of concerns regarding the market and the personal trade systems.
Although at the moment, we cannot say for certain what the international version would be like, we would like to tell you that the concerns you have raised regarding the market and trade systems have been and will be forwarded to our Dev team.
We cannot make any promises but we want you to know that we will try our best to satisfy those who love Tree of Savior.
Thank you so much for your enthusiasm, support and love.
We greatly appreciate them!