TERA, the action MMO, to go free-to-play on February 5


For those of you waiting for TERA to become free-to-play, En Masse Entertainment has announced today that the action-MMORPG will have a subscription-free option starting on February 5th. It will be known by its new name TERA: Rising. There will be no level cap or content restrictions, and new players will receive the Standard status. There are ways to get the Founder status (see below). Yeah, go ahead and feel elite.

I’ll definitely be jumping back in, since I very much enjoyed the combat system, character design and graphics.

New features will include the Crucible of Flame multi-level dungeon, and a new three-on-three PvP battleground.

Here’s the different levels for users:

  • STANDARD players have full access to all in-game content, without restrictions, for up to two free characters per server. They can purchase consumable, cosmetic, and convenience items from the in-game store on an a la carte basis.
  • FOUNDER status is granted to all current subscribers as of February 5th, and provides additional character slots, bank tabs, a special mount, and other benefits. Founders retain these benefits regardless of whether they choose Standard or Elite status. Founder status can also be obtained after launch through physical retail packages while supplies last.
  • ELITE status can be purchased in 30-day increments that confer numerous benefits including dungeon bonuses and rewards, additional daily quests, daily delivery of items, special mounts, and store discounts. Power players will find the fee more than pays for itself through the free items and discounts granted while they enjoy exclusive in-game perks.

Source: En Masse Entertainment

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