Frogster releases trailers, concept art and development notes on three of TERA’s BAMs
Three of many colossal monsters you’ll be facing off against in TERA have been detailed today by Frogster, the European publishers of the upcoming MMORPG launching Spring 2012. The Teraliths, Kumas and Ovoliths have each had their own unique background lore exposed for eager players to delve into, as well as concept art and development notes from developer Bluehole Studio, giving players a rare sneak peek into the work required to create a richly detailed MMO world.
From the dependable Teralith, a golem-like creature that guards many of the world’s ancient secrets and ruins, to the power hungry Kumas and the terrifying Ovoliths, each are featured in three videos showcasing the wonders and horrors that await players in the far reaches of TERA’s expansive world.
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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/.