Bluehole Drops An All New Tera Console Update Just In Time For Its 4th Anniversary

It contains a new battle pass season, dungeon, and more.

QuintLyn Bowers
By QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor March 21, 2022
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Tera Console 4th Anniversary

Would you believe that the console version of Tera has been out for four years? Once again, the universe conspires to make me feel old. In celebration of the big event, Bluehole Studio and Krafton announced an all-new update complete with a new battle pass season, a dungeon, anniversary events, and more.

The new season, otherwise known as Battle Pass Season 5: Black Tiger, is designed to “feature the beauty of Korea”. It will feature three types of missions: daily, challenge, and hidden. Each offers its own variety of rewards, including vehicles and costumes. The pass kicks off on March 31, so you have a bit of time to prepare your body. You’ll have plenty of time to complete it as well, with it ending on July 7.

The update also introduces an expanded character growth system. This adds three special stigmas to the existing roster. Each can be used to defeat monsters that are weak to the stigma in question.

Finally, we come to the important part – anniversary events. To get things started, Bluehole is holding a Lv. 65 Boosting Event to help new players get into the action quickly. This will be accompanied by players who log in through April 3rd receive a Lv. 65 scroll. That’s one scroll per account, so players can immediately experience the highest levels of the game.

In addition to the leveling content, players can also take part in a Stormcry Gear Giveaway and the Manglemire Dungeon Event. These both kick off on March 31 and will give players a chance to earn some of the best gear in-game.

The last thing players have to look forward to are events to help enhance stigma and – of course – a discount on Tera coin.

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QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

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