Tag Archives: En Masse
Tue, Feb 05, 2013 | 13:54 GMT
TERA is now free-to-play in Europe, En Masse and Gamefroge have announced.
Wed, Sep 05, 2012 | 13:40 BST
TERA’s servers are being merged after four months on the market in North America, according to the game’s producer Chris Hager.
Thu, May 10, 2012 | 15:24 BST
The European publisher of TERA has told Eurogamer a patch will be implemented next week adding a blood detail slider to the MMO, but the blood splatter will be less pronounced than in the US version. The patch will also add the Emblems feature, which was cut before launch due to uploaded Emblems storing on a player’s hard drive. When coming across another player in the game, it would automatically store the other players Emblem obn the drive as well. Frogster considered this a “high threat in terms of security, in case someone wanted to upload a virus,” but not the system has been re-implemented and Emblems will now be stored in the client memory instead.
Fri, Apr 13, 2012 | 15:05 BST
Thu, Mar 15, 2012 | 23:24 GMT
TERA claims to be the “true action mmo”, so it’s about time they started showing off some true action end game content.
Tue, Mar 06, 2012 | 15:14 GMT
When TERA launches in the west on May 1 players will be able reach level 60, according to a forum post by the game’s producer Brian Knox. because of the team’s decision to increase the level cap the dungeons will have to be reworked. “We have shuffled them around — some up and some down,” Knox wrote. “We will have more detailed information on it closer to open beta but it should create a much smoother progression to 60 as well as a good amount of content at level 60.” The open beta goes live next month.
Thu, Mar 01, 2012 | 19:31 GMT
Blue Hole and En Masse have released a new video for TERA showing of the MMO’s Elin race.
Sun, Feb 26, 2012 | 16:53 GMT
En Masse has said the online store provider suffered a systems failure yesterday and due to the issue, those who pre-ordered TERA have yet to receive a beta key for the second round of testing.
Thu, Feb 16, 2012 | 15:31 GMT
The first closed beta phase of TERA starts this weekend. Starting tomorrow, and running until February 19, servers will be online from 3.00pm CEST until midnight each day. It will be the first of five beta tests for all pre-order customers, last year’s beta participants, and the 1,000 selected winners of the early beta registration. Two character slots will be available for player to explore the races and participate in battles up to level 22. For the first time guilds can now fight each other on a PvP server and participate in outlaw missions in the town of Velika. Based on a subscription model, TERA is set to be released on May 3, with Ubisoft is managing the European retail distribution, and Frogster the digital distribution in the region. The pre-order version of the game is available in the official TERA pre-order shop.
Tue, Feb 14, 2012 | 17:25 GMT
Those who have tried to pre-order the Collectors Edition of TERA have found that the game is not available for pre-order, thus putting a damper on hopes of guaranteed access to the game’s closed beta. En Masse has said the codes were “only recently conveyed to retailers,” is sorry about the issue, and is looking into a fix now. The firm said it is communicating directly with the retailers to see whether there’s “anything we can do to speed the process” up and the codes distributed. It will also provide updates as to when the pre-order availability of the physical collector’s edition is available, and at which retailers. Seems like the safest route for the time being, would be to purchase the Collector’s Edition digitally, if you want in the beta that badly. A sneak peek beta is currently going on now, and the first of five closed beta tests start February 17 run every weekend until April 15. The open beta starts on April 19 and the game releases in May.
Tue, Jan 17, 2012 | 14:57 GMT
Frogster’s announced it’s to release Bluehole-made MMO TERA on May 1 in the US via En Masse and May 3 in Europe in both digital and retail flavours. The game was previously just scheduled for a spring release. Frogster COO Seth Iorio said the additional amount of time spent “to tweak the game for the European market has truly paid off.” TERA had launched earlier in South Korea last January.
Thu, Jan 12, 2012 | 17:20 GMT
En Masse has announced folks can start signing up for the closed beta of TERA. Dubbed as “preview events”, each phase requires an invitation with the end event switching over to open beta testing for all applicants. Each invitation to an “event” will inform the applicant which test it is valid for, with each invite distributed via random selection. Those who participated in the alpha phase will be granted access to all remaining tests. You can sign up for the beta through here. Thanks, MMOcrunch.
Wed, Jan 19, 2011 | 10:50 GMT
En Masse’s detailed how it localised MMO TERA for its upcoming western release.