First patch activates the political system in TERA
Today’s release of the first patch for Action MMO TERA will see the game’s political system undergoing an expansion. As of tomorrow, players with a level 50 character that also proudly serves as a guild leader will be able to run for office in 15 provinces. Then, on May 23rd at 11 o’clock am BST, all characters level 20 and above will be able to decide which players will be the first Vanarchs to be immortalised in TERA‘s history books.
With the release of this patch, players also gain control over the level of violence displayed in-game. As previously available during the closed beta, all TERA users can now choose between three different levels of violent content. In addition, many bug fixes are incorporated into the patch, including:
Further bug fixes are detailed on the official website:
<p>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.</p>
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