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Tera Makes F2P Shift In Korea, Japan

By | January 2, 2013 |

NHN has announced that Tera will be going free-to-play on January 10 in Korea and mid-February in Japan. En Masse Entertainment handles Tera in North America and Europe and indicates that they are not shifting the game F2P in those regions yet.

“As you may have read today, NHN (the publisher for Tera in Korea) has decided to change Tera‘s business model to be free,” said En Masse Entertainment community manager Catherine Park. “The industry has shifted in this direction and the Korean gaming market has always been on the forefront of this shift. NHN’s decisions are their own as is every territory that services Tera. Tera currently remains a subscription-based game in North America and Europe.”

“Regardless of the news from Korea, the good news is that Tera will continue to grow and improve with new game content in North America, and all content will be available for us should we decide to evaluate their use. We know you are full of questions but that is all we have for now. Enjoy the holidays and look to January for more information – 2013 is going to be huge for us and we can’t wait to get started.”