Gameforge has announced that the EU version of TERA has launched the new Lost Island starter zone. The new player experience has been completely overhauled to streamline the leveling path to the main game.
En Masse Entertainment has announced that the melee powerhouse Brawler class will be headed into TERA with the December update. Players will also get to take on two brand new dungeons.
Nexon and Bluehole have announced a partnership that will see a mobile version of TERA for both iOS and Android devices. Called "T2", the mobile game will be engineered by members of the original development team and will utilize the Unreal Engine 4.
En Masse Entertainment and TERA have scored big recently with a host of new players entering the game thanks to its launch on Steam. To assist these newbs with all things TERA, the team has created a great video specifically tailored to the needs of those just entering the game. It contains tips and tricks to get everyone off to a stellar start and includes such things as choosing the right character, how to apply skills for attack and defense and which gear is best suited to the class.
It's hard to believe that MMORPGs once used to be the new kids on the gaming block. Today, they are the veterans of online games, and as such, have accumulated a number of myths over the years. MMO fans and critics alike have built up perceptions of the genre that are now practically set in stone. TERA, the action combat MMORPG published by En Masse Entertainment was built to bust those myths. Let's take a look at 10 MMO myths and see how TERA strives to break the mold.
MMORPG.com and En Masse Entertainment have partnered to give you some cool in game gifts for TERA while they kick off their brand new update "The Lost Isle!" These gift keys will give players a Pumpkin Mask, a 7 day mount "Boneshaker" and more! Get your key now while supplies last!
The overhauled starter experience for TERA players will be enhanced after today's release of The Lost Isle update. Players will begin on Stepstone Isle after completing a more robust character creation process and will be treated to an accelerated path to the main game. Along the way, a new story will be revealed prior to setting foot on the main world.
En Masse Entertainment has announced that the new TERA starter zone called The Lost Isle will be live in the game beginning Tuesday, October 13th. The Lost Isle will replace the current starter zone called Island of Dawn. The new location offers players a more accelerated path to level 11, according to the developer blog on the TERA site.
TERA players will be trying to settle the age old...or Internet-old...question of which class reigns supreme, Pirates or Ninjas. Set to coincide with Talk Like a Pirate Day (YARR!) on Saturday, September 19th, players can begin strutting their Ninja-y or Pirate-y stuff beginning today and lasting through Tuesday, September 22nd.
Patrick Sun has posted the latest TERA State of the Game letter. In it, he discusses several recent community concerns and some upcoming news for the game.