TERA Blogs Reflect on Statistics and Lessons During Community Play Event

Posted Tue, Apr 19, 2011 by Martuk

En Masse Entertainment has posted a pair of new blogs following their Community Play Event for TERA. The first blog delves into the statistical numbers of the event, detailing the most played class and race of the event, speed of character progression, gold earned and more. If you're a statistics junkie it makes for a good read with plenty of statistics.

The second blog posted by TERA Producer Chris Hager, recaps the event and talks about what En Masse learned during the play session, which also tested the first production server and download option along with gameplay.

From our perspective the event went great, and from all of the comments and feedback we’ve received you all seemed to have enjoyed it as well! We know TERA is a fun game, and it’s great to hear players echo our thoughts. Several of the EME folks were playing along during the event, and the chat channels were full of great conversations—some of which we anticipated and others that gave us a lot to think about.

TERA CPE By the Numbers


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