En Masse Entertainment has announced TERAÂs largest content patch to date with the Argon Queen update. The new update will introduce the long-awaited PvP battlegrounds, a new ten-player raid, new dungeons and even more BAMs (Big Ass Monsters).
The update is scheduled to arrive sometime this August. Check out the trailer after the break for a look at things to come.
En Masse Entertainment to Release the Argon Queen Update to TERA, Featuring Expanded Battlegrounds, New Raids, New Dungeons and New BAMs
New Game Trailer Offers Glimpse into Upcoming Content, Furthering True Action Combat
En Masse Entertainment, the company behind the highly-acclaimed action MMO TERA, is pleased to share early details surrounding the gameÂs biggest update yet, which will be available to players free of charge next month. A new game video outlines some of the upcoming features and is available now.
TERA is all about action-oriented combat, so this update will improve certain classes to make them more versatile on the battlefield. Warriors are now more effective as tanks, pulling threat from enemies while still dealing quick damage, and the burly lancer has increased agility to help avoid attacks. Players will be able to test these new skills against each other in Fraywind Canyon with the addition of the all-new battlegrounds, where users from different servers will clash in fierce 15-on-15 battles for in-game supremacy.
Players will also find new dungeons, including the dark and sinister Argon Corpus, the colorful and vibrant Sirjuka Gallery and the ultimate face-off against the argon queen herself in ManayaÂs Core. Players will need to be at their best to fend off her relentless attacks. Players will also experience an expanded 10-person raid for the first time in the Nexus Traverse, with some of the biggest and baddest BAMs the world of TERA has ever seen. Look for more details surrounding this exciting update over the next month.
Lauded for its action-oriented, real-time combat and massive MMO world, TERA continues to entertain masses of players looking for a new game experience. TERA is developed by Bluehole StudioÂ, co-produced and published by En Masse Entertainment in North America, and distributed at retail by Atari. For more information on TERA, please visit TERA-online.com.