After speculation about TERA's future following the shut down of En Masse Entertainment, console fans might have reason to rejoice finally. Crossplay is coming to Xbox One and PS4, as well as support for the next gen consoles due out later this year.
In an article on Sarumonin.com, KRAFTON shared an exclusive trailer with the channel showcasing some console footage - but also announcing the cross platform release this November on Xbox and PlayStation consoles, including next gen platforms.
Coming 19 November, TERA's cross platform seems as though it will give players the "chance to opt-in through the Server's new Channel System." This sounds similar to the way Black Desert handles cross play on, also noted by Sarumonin.
We have new details about the upcoming Crossplay feature coming to #TERAConsole. We've teamed up with our partner @Sarumonin to share our trailer for the feature, as well as some additional information about what to expect.??https://t.co/bibIsMq3tO pic.twitter.com/309HS6x10G— TERA Console (@TERAonline) October 23, 2020
Recently, it was announced that the publishing rights to TERA was acquired by Gameforge to publish the MMO in the Americas, with Bluehole stating that the team was the "right partner" after "so many years working together."