Media recently reports, “TERA” in Europe and the United States serving free after the number of players has increased from 50 million to 100 million people. The game’s operator Gameforge opened six new game servers just a few days after the free-to-play launch in order to meet the high demand.
Since the introduction of the free-to-play version, TERA players have created around 1.5 million characters with which they can experience adventures in the world of Arborea. The battle-ready Castanics are the most popular race, with the Humans and High Elves nipping at their heels, while the Warrior enjoys the greatest popularity among the classes, followed by the Sorcerer and the Archer.
With the move to free-to-play, the world of Arborea was expanded by the Crucible of Flame dungeon and a 3-v-3 arena called the Champions’ Skyring. In the future, regular content updates for TERA: Rising will keep on coming. The next such update, which will be released within the course of this year, will add a new feature to TERA’s political system: Players who belong to a guild will be able to enter into an alliance and vie for supremacy against other alliances on their server.
The transformation of “TERA” get the outstanding achievements prove the charm of the free mode, it also makes us more confident that the future free mode will completely replace the monthly fee mode.
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From December 14 to January 2, you can seek out Fat Santas and Tiny Santas across the world of TERA. Defeat the santas, and you’ll earn fat loot and tiny treasures full of holiday goodies, including cosmetic items, enchanting gear, and high-level consumables…along with a chance for the holiday-only Santa cap! You’ll also get one fat loot and one tiny treasure the first time you log in during the event
En Masse Entertainment has laid out the details for its “Santa’s Slay” event in TERA. During the event, players are charged with hunting down and defeating Santas all across the game world. By so doing, they will earn the chance to win some nifty prizes.
Read the full update notes here http://www.igshops.com/Servers.asp?Lang=en&g=teu
Gameforge announced some upcoming changes to the server structure of its action MMO TERA in Europe. Responding to community requests and to ensure that players can enjoy all that TERA has to offer, the company decided to reduce the number of active servers for the game.
Since the game’s launch, the highest priority for the company has been to create a great experience for all players. That is why Gameforge has decided to apply the following changes on Tuesday, the 20th of November 2012. All existing PvP servers, English, German and French will be merged into one, big international PvP server named Killian. Now PvP battles can reach an entirely new level, allowing players to fight against larger groups of challengers and even friends across national boundaries. PvP fans can also expect some international competitions and increased scope for exciting new events.
PvE players will also see new improvements to their service. To ensure that finding a group or a raid can be done as easily and quickly as possible at all times, both English PvE servers will be merged into one unified community. The same will also be the case with both German PvE servers. The existing French PvE server named Elinu will remain unaffected.
Over the coming couple of weeks, TERA’s community team will work their hardest to answer any questions players may have. More detailed information on the upcoming server changes and a helpful FAQ document can be found on the official igshops website.
En Masse Entertainment has announced that the latest patch for TERA will be deployed today. The patch brings several important bug fixes, new campfires as well as alterations to the Battlefield system.
Read the full update notes here http://www.igshops.com/Servers.asp?Lang=en&g=tus