TERA Announces Plans For Rest Of 2016; Closes Chinese Server

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The year is nearly half over, which apparently means it's time for game companies to tell us what they have planned for 2016 -- or at least what's left of it. In that spirit, En Masse, publisher of the free-to-play MMO TERA, has revealed what players can expect from the game in the future.

En Masse laid as much out as possible in a post on the TERA blog, however they do note that as with a lot of things, some details may change before some of this stuff arrives in game. That said, players can apparently look forward to new large scale guild vs guild battles and new guild content in general. This competitive content will depend on how well guilds cooperate and will enhance benefits and provide even more for players to do.

There will also be the addition of "Super BAM Raids" -- when a BAM just isn't enough. These will be high difficulty raids that require 30 people and feature a BAM 10 times bigger than those seen before. Two new dungeons will also be added -- Castle of Lilith and Ruin of Rakelith.

In additional -- and decidedly less fun -- news, it has also been revealed that Bluehole Studio and publisher Kunlun Games have announced the upcoming closure of TERA's Chinese server. According to MMOCulture, no reason has been given for this closing.

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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.

Discussion (8)

Dadu 6 years ago
boring endgame
recycle content
female locked class
elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin elin everywhere

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Apple 6 years ago
No Challenge aspect like other MMO games that just give you free stuff do to leveling.

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Option 6 years ago
Three Option
1.Game Developer has no idea for Tera
2.Maybe Cash shop price was to high?
3.The player was turn by the update on tera.

Hovsep 6 years ago
the chinese quit cause it wasn't p2w enough lol

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Luthebear 6 years ago
This Gamecis famous, i wonder why chinese people won't play it. I really enjoy this Arts and Gameplay.


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