Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamers that have been clamoring for a MMO title with high combat action, and En Masse Entertainment is readying the release of the MMO-action epic TERA to deliver true action combat with optimized game controls. The new trailer released today demonstrates the detail of improvements made to TERA: streamlined interfaces, intelligent button mapping, and new gameplay systems compliment TERA’s trademark fast-paced combos, dodging, and targeting mechanics.
Gamers can be among the first to experience these all-new elements for themselves when the official Open Beta begins later this week on March 9th at 6 am Pacific (PST).
TERA brings fast-paced combat and killer combos to the forefront while streamlining the overall experience, resulting in the ultimately refined MMO that fits perfectly on home consoles.
New features awaiting players include:
- Lock-On System: An all-new Lock-On System keeps the enemies in sight and the action centered on-screen.
- Classy Controls: Each character class has its own unique default control scheme. Don’t like the default control layout for your class? No problem! The controls can be completely remapped to tailor any type of preferred layout.
- Combat Effective UI: The game’s user interface has also been redesigned with a new, fully-customizable Radial Menu for quick and intuitive access weapons and items.
- Streaming Features: Players can easily broadcast TERA instantly to the community via Twitch, and Mixer with integrated streaming support.
- Communication is Key: Players can communicate directly with fellow party members via native voice chat support or they can opt out of chat if they prefer at any time.
The hallmark of TERA has always been true action combat, and the thrill of heroically taking out one of the game’s BAMS (Big Ass Monsters) will be coming to consoles fully intact. All of the skills, tactics, and high-octane combos that make TERA’s combat so deep and satisfying are now in your hands.
TERA will be available across the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X from Microsoft, and the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system in Spring 2018.