Play TERA free for seven-days, or download the demo

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 14 June 2012 13:47 GMT

For those who have yet to try TERA, En Masse Entertainment has announced you can play the game for free through a seven-day trial. Once the trial is downloaded, you’ll be able to create up to eight characters with a level cap of 23. There’s also a demo available with no download needed. Blue Hole Studios, the developer, has also announced a few interesting stats for the MMO since its release: over 22 million signature monsters have been killed; over 227 million miles have been traveled, and players average around 4.5 hours of playtime per day. Head on over to the official website to try the game out. Thanks, AusGamers.

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