Tower of Fantasy developer offering up ‘compensation’ awards over persistent login issues

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Tower of Fantasy is finally here, and players looking for an alternative to Genshin Impact are flocking to the game in droves. So many, in fact, that persistent login issues have kept players from enjoying the open-world festivities. The login errors have been so pervasive that the Tower of Fantasy team announced a compensation package for players who register by tonight.

According to an official update post, the team stated that all “problems related to queuing, disconnection and inability to register and login have all been fixed.” They then promised to have all other problems “fixed within the next 48 hours.” As a token of appreciation, the developers are giving a compensation package of 300 Dark Crystals if you experience server issues, as well as 300 Dark Crystals for login and registration problems. Players will also receive 10 Gold Nucleus as an apology for all of the issues. You’ll find the rewards in your mailbox.


The popular Genshin clone

It’s a funny thing that Genshin Impact, once touted as a Breath of the Wild clone, is now inspiring games like Tower of Fantasy. But these “clones” are never a bad thing and certainly not without effort, and Tower of Fantasy will likely carve a niche in the gacha community. Tower of Fantasy has certainly had a successful launch, reaching the top of the free games charts in 22 countries, according to the developers.

Tower of Fantasy is available to download for free on the game’s official website. If you would rather wait a bit, the game will be available to download from Steam and the Epic Games Store sometime during the second half of the year. Be sure to download Tower of Fantasy as soon as possible, though, to ensure that you get these compensation rewards. Your wallet will thank you for the head start on all that gacha goodness.

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Joshua Chu
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Joshua Chu is a Contributing Writer for PC Invasion since June 2021. His undying love for live-service games like Overwatch 2, Valorant, and Honkai: Star Rail (amongst other soul-rending games) has led him to spend hours and hours on his PC. After earning his Print Journalism degree at Pennsylvania State University, he proceeded to freelance for a variety of sites, with other bylines including Gamepur and Kotaku. He is probably sad he demoted in rank in Overwatch.