TERA in 2021
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Initial Release Date: 25 January 2011
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TERA is an epic fantasy MMORPG experience. Master the action-packed combat system and prove yourself in solo and multiplayer adventures – all in the stunningly beautiful world of Arborea!
RELEASE DATE: 31 Jan, 2017
DEVELOPER: Bluehole, Inc.
PUBLISHER: Gameforge 4D GmbH
tera system requirements
OS: Windows® 7 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel i3 7100 / AMD Ryzen 3-1200
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 760 / Radeon R9 28
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the tera?
A: TERA is an epic fantasy MMORPG experience. Master the action-packed combat system and prove yourself in solo and multiplayer adventures – all in the stunningly beautiful world of Arborea
Q : Where do I acquire the game client?
A : Check the end of the video
tera online gameplay
0:00 – tera 2021
0:18 – tera information
0:31 – tera races
0:58 – tera classes
1:50 – tera customization
3:33 – tera gameplay
20:14 – tera download
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Can you explain how can I get in with my friend?
RIP Tera, 01/10/2011 – 06/30/2022 +
that beginning was really… something lol
you just appear somewhere in a random field and then some random ppl ask for you to gather things that are close to them… they really didnt even bother with story
never played tera, the combat looks nice but some bad management reviews made me not to play it
Tera was fun. I played quite a bit when it's remastered. But i stopped because the brain dead players in the dungeon queues are too annoying
its profit for play this year?
i started playing tera after a long time yesterday with my friend. Is it worth playing from the start in 2021?
idk but when i tried to play tera on gameforge or either on steam it allways crashed after like 10-20mins of play or if i did go to velika it also crashed :/ dunno what to do cause dont get any crash reports
71gb haha ambigat
Developers killed the game on console they reached the ultimate form of greed on console.
marami paba nag lalaro ng Tera ngayon brader, ini-isip ko kasi bumalik sa game tagal ko na kasi ang quit diyan kaya aks ko lang kung marami pa tao ^^
Wow you're so funny to listen to! x) Love the accent and the humour!
Following your question at 18:00 , I've played Tera back in 2018 and left until I got back in last month on a completely new account. From my experience, most of the playerbase is currently in the endgame, meaning most of the leveling has to be done solo. According to steam analytics, there is an average of 450 players online at the same time everyday from a general active pool of about 900 and decreasing. You could say the game is currently in a slowly dying state, but you can very much play it in the state it is right now. Leveling is made very easy as a solo player by following the red quests and the interface is presented to the player in a very intuitive way. I've seen some complains of players wanting to level together who couldn't because quests are "Solo content", but if you had a group of 3 players leveling at the same time, they could join leveling dungeons together and get the full experience which is currently tough to get due to low activity.
As for endgame content, most complains come from it being repetitive grinding and recycled content. However, I would personally say that the determining factor of liking the game or not is not about grinding, but rather about the gameplay mechanics themselves. If someone loves Tera's combat, they will enjoy the grind because that's what the game is all about, combat. So long as the player will enjoy the combat, they will enjoy Tera's endgame. There's also some other "world quests" called Vanguard missions which cycles through a set amount of quests, some of which have unique gameplay mechanics meant for flying mounts. While those are designed to scale in difficulty with the amount of players joining them, the low population usually means you'll do them solo, but I do see some other players occasionally, even with such a low population.
Some people are worried and the money aspect of the game; the pay to win. To be honest, there is no such thing. Yes, technically, a player can use their money to sell TERA shop items for gold and speed up their progression, but you'll end up at the top of the ladder like everyone else. There is no variety in terms of lategame gear and thus, paying won't bring the cash player beyond other players. That said, I believe the cash shop is still a worthy element in the game and while I do believe some items are rather pricy, the shop has deals which changes monthly, both lootbox and non-rng based micro transactions and features TERA club membership which you could pretty much call "the monthly subscription cost" of the game if it wasn't free to play. Specifically on the TERA club membership, this one costs around 25$ if I recall correctly, which is quite expensive imo, but it is very worth it and most players are willing to pay tons of gold to buy it from cashers as it pays for itself.
The playerbase is quite diverse in term of dedication. Guilds for hardcore min-maxing players to the more casual and laid back ones and even Erotic roleplay focused guilds, for those who care about it, are all part of this small community.
I believe Tera has a lot of potential as a casual game to play for as long as one enjoys it, but like I said at the beginning of this essay of a youtube comment, it all comes down to enjoying the combat. If you try the game and love the combat mechanics, you'll love Tera, if not, maybe try a different class or another game.
oh yes Tera was a game who gives me lots of memories. all the players I met and all the friends in Tera, it was a great time, lots lots of memories and fun, loved this game.
good old Tera time and also fun with other Elin players in Raids and dungeons: greetings from Shinoky – elin Priest-
Tera need tank – heal
I miss TERA. I started playing around July 2012 (p2p era) to 2015. Good times. I miss the original starter area; Island of Dawn.
During p2p era, players were super kind. I remember when the gms were doing something to the servers while we were playing and the log out button function suddenly stop working. Everybody in global chat started to compare it to sao. It happened around mid Jan 2013; right around the time when the game was getting ready to change to f2p.
Game is dead.
I tried this game but I was met with hardcore buttsex as a punishment. So I have to stay away from this game
Seeing your valk gameplay is painful. You runebursted like 3 times when you should be constantly runebursting. You're torturing me here. Also, why did you even mention questing as you didn't even look at the minimap and you skipped all the dialogue. If you're not going to engage with the quests, don't talk about them.
Once you reach lv65,they give you ultimate weapon and armour.
I think the skill and action is perfect.if can build something like guild wars online questing and event where you can team up to do quest.that will be fun.or make some secrets quest.force player to go pvp or pve daily for special exchange.