February 1, 2013

TERA F2P Coming February 5



Tera's free-to-play relaunch as Tera: Rising will come on February 5, both En Masse (NA) and Gameforge (EU) has confirmed the magic date. Just in time for the launch, new in-game content will be made available. This includes a wave-based dungeon called the Crucible of Flame as well as a PvP arena offering experienced adventurers numerous new challenges and rewards.


There will be three player status types in TERA: Rising:

- 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.


Though Tera: Rising will be available to play for free, players can use real-world money to purchase various items on an a la carte basis from the in-game marketplace. Past and current Tera subscribers will be awarded permanent "founder" status, which carries numerous exclusive privileges.

With the switch to Free-to-Play, previous and future players have the chance to play Tera free of charge and take advantage of new content. Will you be jumping in to Tera on February 5th?

Credits: MMOsite, MMORPG
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