Still on the fence about Tera? Play for free for seven days.

by: Russell -
I played Tera quite a bit during my time with it and it had it's good moments and bad moments.  If you've read my Tera Journals or have read other reports on the game and are still on the fence about it, En Masse Entertainment is now offering a free seven day trial for new players.  During the trial, gamers can level up to eight characters to level 23 on one server.  There are other restrictions, such as not being able to vote in Tera elections, but for the most part, players can enjoy the game's full benefits during the trial.  To check out the trial, all you need to do is to sign up for an En Masse account, then enter the code TERATRIAL to download and play Tera.  For more info, check out http://tera.enmasse.com/try-tera.

En Masse Entertainment opens the world of TERA with free trial of innovative action MMO


Play TERA for 7 days absolutely free—experience true action combat

SEATTLE – 13 June 2012 – En Masse Entertainment™, a player-driven publisher focused on delivering fun and innovative online games, celebrates the launch success of its award-winning action MMO, TERA™, by offering a free seven-day trial to new players. TERA sets a new standard for MMOs by delivering true action combat for players who want a more exciting, skill-based alternative to conventional online RPGs. Newly revealed game data shows that players are averaging more than four hours of play on a daily basis. Their enthusiasm makes this the perfect time to expand the game’s audience with a downloadable trial for new players to sample the game with no financial commitment.

“We are thrilled that the unique experience of TERA’s true action MMO gameplay is resonating so strongly with our players,” said Chris Lee, vice president of publishing at En Masse Entertainment. “Now we want to open up to new players curious about the game with a free one-week TERA trial, as we’re confident if you play, you will stay.”

Some facts and figures from the first weeks of play since TERA’s launch:

Players have killed nearly 22 million (21,986,108 to be exact) of the game’s signature BAMs (big-ass monsters).
TERA players have traveled a total distance of more than 227,328,053 miles in the game. That’s far enough to walk to Mars.
Players stick around to savor their action experience, averaging nearly 4.5 hours daily per player. That’s more time than the average American spends watching TV each day.

The recipient of multiple industry honors and accolades, including “Best PC Game” and “Best MMO,” TERA is a new breed of online game. For the first time, players can get the best of both worlds: the depth of a traditional MMO combined with the visceral gratification of an action game. In TERA, players actively aim, dodge, and block, as the game’s real-time combat system takes into account player skill and position as well as stats. After creating a character, players will join in an alliance to save the world from ravaging armies who threaten to destroy the very gods who hold the world together. TERA also introduces a revolutionary political system in which players wield power in their province based on their in-game political prowess or player-versus-player combat skill.

The TERA trial is good for seven calendar days from the time a player enters the trial code. Players can level up to eight characters to level 23 on one server during the trial. There are some additional restrictions—trial players cannot vote in TERA elections, for instance—but for the most part, players can enjoy the full benefits of the game during their week of free play. All players need to join the world of TERA is an En Masse account. Then they can enter the code “TERATRIAL” to download and play TERA.

To get ready to play in the free trial, gamers should visit https://tera-support.enmasse.com/ for valuable information including tutorials, system requirements, and how to customize the game for their play style. For more information on TERA, please visit TERA-online.com, and for more information on the free trial, visit http://tera.enmasse.com/try-tera
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