TERA comes to North America May 1st
1/17/2012 12:35:00 PM
En Masse Entertainment has announced that their upcoming action MMO PC game TERA
will be hitting North America on May 1st and will be available in Standard and Collector's Editions at retail and online stores. Players will "create a character from seven races and eight classes and join an alliance to save the world from bloodthirsty armies of monsters who threaten to destroy the very gods who hold their world together". The game will also introduce a "revolutionary political system" where players can wield power in their province based on their in-game political prowess or PvP combat skills.
En Masse Entertainment Announces TERA to Release in North America on May 1
Upcoming Action MMO PC Game Features Intense Action Combat that Redefines the Genre
SEATTLE – January 17, 2012 – En Masse Entertainment™, a publisher built by gamers, focused on delivering fun and innovative online games, announced today that its award-winning and highly anticipated action MMO title, TERA™, will launch on May 1, 2012. The upcoming release of TERA will be available in Standard and Collector’s Editions at retail and online stores. Marking a new era in gaming, TERA sets a new standard by delivering true action combat to players who want more than the stale and repetitive gameplay that exists in today’s MMOs.
The recipient of multiple industry honors and accolades, including “Best PC Game” and “Best MMO” at last year’s E3 expo, TERA is a new breed of online game that combines all the depth of a traditional MMO with the visceral gratification of an action game. In TERA, players must actively aim, dodge and block, as the game’s real-time combat system takes into account player position and skill, not stats alone.
Players begin by creating a character from seven races and eight classes as they join in an alliance to save the world from bloodthirsty armies of monsters who threaten to destroy the very gods who hold their 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.