En Masse Entertainment Announces New PLEX-Like Chronoscrolls for TERA

Posted Tue, Aug 30, 2011 by Martuk

En Masse Entertainment is stepping up their fight against gold sellers in TERA. This time the North American publisher is adopting a system similar to that of EVE Online’s PLEX by adding in new chronoscrolls, which will allow players to purchase an in-game chronoscroll for cash. The item gives players additional game time and like EVE’s PLEX, the chronoscrolls can also be traded for in-game currency.

Publisher En Masse Entertainment believes that this and other measures will help reduce the gold farming/selling trade and help reduce incidents of fraud in TERA by giving players a legitimate way to get additional gold by selling chronoscrolls.

For more details about chronoscrolls, be sure to check out the official FAQ and the chronoscrolls introduction blog from En Masse Entertainment's Chief Operations Officer Pat Wyatt.

This will probably just result in gold sellers dropping their prices.

Any way you look at it this just helps players party to win. If game companies really wanted to stop golf selling they could do a lot more with spam filtering and permanently banning players caught cheating.


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