On the first day of the Gamescom, Frogster unveils a brand new and exclusive trailer and the start of the official website for their new heavyweight title, TERA.
The video will first be shown on the TERA booth (C020/B021 in hall 9.1) at Gamescom and is now also available on the new official website: www.tera-europe.com. It allows players to get another look at the spectacular real-time battle system and the impressive next-generation graphics which rose the interest of the international press for the game on conventions like the Electronic Entertainment Exposition (E3) in June.
The official website for Europe was also given a face-lift and now hosts plenty of information regarding the 6 races and the 8 classes of the game in French, English and German. Visiting www.tera-europe.com might help players to choose the characteristics of the avatar they will use to explore the breathtaking universe of TERA. They will also have the possibility to share their opinions and gather their point of view on the official boards of the game.
TERA is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) set in a graphically stunning fantasy universe. TERA’s uniqueness revolves around its groundbreaking True Action Combat. This system allows the players to truly master their characters and to aim with no automatic targeting system, thus pushing the boundaries of the MMO genre. Players and press both warmly received TERA, praising its state of the art visuals and notable innovations such as its political system. TERA has been playable free of charge since February 2013 and is available for download at tera.gameforge.com.
With more than 20 titles and over 450 million registered players, Gameforge is the leading provider of free-to-play massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) in the western hemisphere. Headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany, the group offers its online games in more than 75 countries. The portfolio encompasses numerous well-known game industry brands, including prized role-playing games Runes of Magic, AION Free-to-Play and TERA as well as Europe’s most successful MMO, Metin2. The action anime MMORPG SoulWorker adds to the wide-ranging collection, while popular browser-based games such as OGame and Ikariam complete their offering. More information available at http://corporate.gameforge.com/.