Tree of Savior entered Closed Beta in South Korea recently, and fan site TreeOfSavior.com has gathered much info about the game. While information about the class system seems plenty, here is a brief look at the companion system. It is similar as a pet system in most online games, and the first few are bought from a certain NPC, who is also able to train them.
Players can name their companions after purchasing one. Companions can assist in battle (by doing actual combat) and can be mounted (at least for the few ones thus far) to travel faster across maps. Each character can bring only one companion into the field. All activities done by the companion will deplete its “companion stamina”. Players can press “F9″ for companion information.
There was initial confusion about uploading of videos on to public channels, but it was confirmed just before Closed Beta started that players will be able to upload videos, but not stream games. This is the common regulation for most Korean games, which was the same for Black Desert in the early days. The videos here are still low-level stuff, so stay tuned for more!