En Masse Entertainment’s free-to-play action MMO TERA is officially 5 and the celebration is under way. In honor of the event, En Masse has released a kind of sentimental video and an updated infographic. According to the infographic, 6.6 million TERA accounts have been created and 21 million characters have too. Those 21 million characters have killed 10 billion monsters.


In addition to the video and infographic, En Masse has also announced a new Anniversary Token shop that will have a rotating inventory of items not generally available for purchase. The shop will be available throughout the entire month of May and tokens can be earned via participation in battlegrounds and dungeons. There will also be a chance to win items that are usually only available in store.

Players will also get a pair of Fifth Anniversary Wings just for logging in as well as the opportunity to obtain three new armor skins. Information on both of these items as well as the rest of the event are available on the TERA site.

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  1. GrimoireWeiss on May 8, 2017

    Those are just numbers that should look “impressive” when in reality not only I believe the game is getting forgotten bit by bit it’s also it dosen’t receive needed fixes.
    I don’t play it for couple of years but from what I saw there was an ban incident. Where people used software to fix some problems like lag and etc.
    It allowed to do some other stuff but nothing bad I believe. Still people got banned for trying to fix the game instead of developers.
    So in conclusion it’s a game that creates only female classes and most cosmetic items as well, issues not fixed for years and almost no communication with player base, infinite grind and many more things.
    Like how do even people put up with such crap game? I know it could have been good and it was good but it was shat on for years now…

  2. exaccuss on May 6, 2017

    Might have been interested in playing if the controller support was wasnt awful compared to ffxiv.