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New TERA Update Deploys, Fall Plans Outlined

Posted Tue, Sep 18, 2012 by Martuk

As announced earlier this month, En Masse Entertainment has consolidated TERA’s current server list down to three with today's update. The servers now available are Celestial Hills (RP-PvE), Mount Tyrannas (PvP) and Tempest Reach (PvE). As part of the update, the political system has been reset and new election registrations for the new cycle will begin on Friday, September 21st. Additionally, battleground leaderboards will be wiped and will employ a new 28 day formula going forward. Read the patch notes for all the update details.

Don’t let the recent server mergers dampen your spirits. There’s more content coming En Masse laid out their plans for expanding TERA this fall. Some of the things you can expect the team to be delivering are more events in a wider variety ranging from small flash events to large-scale seasonal events. Crafting quests will also be returning next week followed by the berserker patch sometime later. And while the details are a bit on the hush end at the moment, En Masse confirms that another content update is in the works along the same scale as the recently launched Argon Queen update.

Sources: TERA Update Notes, TERA’s Fall Plans


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