Free trial of TERA launches
You can now try the MMO for 7 days
Posted by Alex 'SpectralShock' V on Jun 14, 2012 - 10:03am EST (Jun 14, 2012 10:03)
En Masse Entertainment has announced the launch of a free trial for MMO TERA.
“We are thrilled that the unique experience of TERA’s true action MMO gameplay is resonating so strongly with our players,” said Chris Lee, vice president of publishing at En Masse Entertainment. “Now we want to open up to new players curious about the game with a free one-week TERA trial, as we’re confident if you play, you will stay.”
The TERA trial is good for seven calendar days from the time a player enters the trial code. Players can level up to eight characters to level 23 on one server during the trial. There are some additional restrictions — trial players cannot vote in TERA elections, for instance — but for the most part, players can enjoy the full benefits of the game during their week of free play. All players need to join the world of TERA is an En Masse account. Then they can enter the code “TERATRIAL” to download and play.
TERA was developed by Bluehole Studio and published by En Masse Entertainment. The game shipped on May 1, 2012 in North America for PC.