Free-to-play, but there’s a $30 Founder’s Pack
I played TERA for a good while when it launched back in 2011 (as TERA Online), but fell off a bit as some of my friends stopped playing and the content cadence slowed down a bit.Bluehole Studio never gave up on it though, and after going free-to-play in 2013, it’s hitting another milestone soon — a console launch.
North American publisher En Masse Entertainment announced today that TERAwill be arriving on PS4 and Xbox One on April 3. It will be free-to-play, but folks can buy a Founder’s Pack for $30 if they want, which grants “Head Start Access” beginning on March 27, as well as in-game items.
Find more info here on the Founder’s Pack, and watch the trailer below to get a feel for the game.