Well... Good news, everyone! It seems that the collaboration has been expanded to the West. The event will start May 15 at 10 a.m. Pacific, and run until May 29 at 10 a.m. Pacific.
Anime fans (who also play TERA), you might be a little jealous here. Unless you're in Japan that is, then you'll be the envy of all these others, since your character will have its own Military Uniform like the ones seen in Attack on Titan.
As reported by MMOCulture, the game's Japanese publisher announced the collaboration today. The event will kick off on May 2, and all races will be able to obtain the uniform and wear it.
Sadly, it seems that the uniform is the bulk of the event. So I wouldn't expect to actually be battling any titans or taking on any Survey Corps related quests. Although... Looking at the video, maybe the salute seen in the show will be available as an emote?
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