En Masse Issues Statement Clarifying TERA Combat Change Rumors

Posted Thu, Jan 06, 2011 by Martuk

Earlier this week we reported that fansite TERA Fans had translated an interview with the Bluehole Studio team with The translated interview hinted at combat changes to the game, not all of which were not too popular with some of TERA's NA audience. But En Masse Entertainment's director of public relations Matt Atwood released a statement today debunking some of the statements translated from the interview. Atwood stated: "TERA's combat system hasn't changed and action remains a crucial element to the game." Atwood cites a mistranslation in the article in which the phrase "lock-on system" was used instead of "lock-on skill."

(Via Massively)


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