En Masse Entertainment has reported great success by TERA in the first weeks since launch!
- Players have killed nearly 22 million (21,986,108 to be exact) of the game’s signature BAMs (big-ass monsters).
- TERA players have traveled a total distance of more than 227,328,053 miles in the game. That’s far enough to walk to Mars.
- Players stick around to savor their action experience, averaging nearly 4.5 hours daily per player. That’s more time than the average American spends watching TV each day.
In celebration, a free seven-day free trial program is being offered to new players, to show off TERA to those looking for a more exciting, skill-based alternative to conventional online RPGs.
“We are thrilled that the unique experience of TERA’s true action MMO gameplay is resonating so strongly with our players,” said Chris Lee, vice president of publishing at En Masse Entertainment. “Now we want to open up to new players curious about the game with a free one-week TERA trial, as we’re confident if you play, you will stay.”
Incorporating a real-time battle system with a third person camera view into a fantasy MMO, TERA has a lot to offer to players. Typical features such as quests, crafting, and PvP action are available, but one of the main differences between TERA and other fantasy games is the battle system: Rather than tab-targeting a victim, players manually target an enemy with cross-hairs and actively dodge enemy attacks!
To maximize your TERA experience, be sure to check out the TERA Fans Wiki and visit http://www.terafans.com/, where you'll be able to find all the information you need, as well as a growing community of players.