We Wish TERA Online A Fond Farewell As Their PC Servers Shut Down Today
“Don’t be sad that it’s over, be happy that it happened.”
It is time to say goodbye and farewell to the action-packed, fantasy MMORPG, TERA Online. Starting today, all servers will be closed at 10:00 CEST (04:00 EDT). TERA was released in South Korea in January of 2011 and in North America and Europe in May of 2012. The game has offered many players with an online realm to make connections, go on adventures, and even make lifelong friends. Sadly, all good things must eventually come to an end, and that is the same for TERA Online.
TERA online’s Twitter account made a post in April explaining that TERA’s developers have decided to stop work on TERA, and with respect to Bluehole’s decision, Gameforge decided that it has come time to shut down the servers.
All TERA pages and channels will close shortly after the service has been shut down. While players will not be able to obtain refunds on their purchases already made, players with a long-term membership to Tera Club will be able to apply for a partial refund. Now, while this is a sad time for the PC version of the game, there is no news about what will happen to the console version.
In TERA’s shutdown maintenance announcement, they did leave players with a word of thanks. “We would like to thank you one last time for being here with us, it has been a decade full of action, challenges, fun with friends and legendary battles, and we wish you all have some great memories to keep forever with you from TERA.”
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