TERA to go Free-to-Play in Korea and Japan

TERA: F2P in Korea/Japan

As reported by MMO Culture, the Korean giant, NHN Corporation, has announced that the Korean and Japanese versions of TERA will go Free-to-Play early next year. That would be January 10th and middle of February respectively. 

No content restrictions are planned so far, but free players will have longer dungeon cool-downs, less storage space and fewer character slots than subscribers. The news were followed by the announcement of a large update coming to the game, with the goal of improving the political system, as well as making further adjustments to PvP and guild features.



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F2P
# Dec 28 2012 at 11:48 AM Rating: Decent
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The combat was great, but that was practically the entire game. If they made it F2P in the US, I'd probably come back and play on occasion.
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# Dec 27 2012 at 9:56 PM Rating: Decent
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So what does this mean for North America? I really enjoyed the beta for this game.
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