En Masse to hand out TERA beta keys to those encountering pre-order snafu

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 25 February 2012 18:35 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.

However, the firm is monitoring the situation and a workaround is on the way, which will result in TERA beta invites being handed to players which pre-ordered but never got a key.

The codes will be good for this weekend’s beta event and players will be upgraded automatically once the issue is sorted.

To give you an idea of what to expect out of the beta, TenTonHammer has an exclusive fly-through video of the game’s Feral Valley posted through here.

Thanks TenTonHammer.

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