TERA Following Swich to Free-to-Play Passes 1.4 Million Players

by William D'Angelo, posted on 20 March 2013 / 2,349 Views

En Masse Entertainment's MMO TERA: Rising has passed 1.4 million players, according to GamesIndustry. This news follows the game switching to free-to-play in February. The number of maximum concurrent players increased tenfold.

"We've been blown away by the waves of players logging into TERA, and we're seeing amazing growth in both registrations and daily users,"said En Masse CEO Chris Lee. "It's always great to eclipse the one-million-player mark, and at our current rate, it won't be long before we hit two million."

En Masse Entertainment is celebrating the milestone by having a five-day Dracoloths Rising event. The game will have huge monsters, as well as special item drops. This summer the developers will add a 20-person raid, 20v20 battleground and new player-driven alliance system to the game.


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2 Comments

Booyah (on 20 March 2013)

Hopefully they can turn those 1.4 mil accounts into some decent revenue. The game is very well done and they deserve to make some money.


Nem (on 20 March 2013)

Theres something inflated about these numbers. Might be 1.4 million, but they still have less players than SWTOR for example.


Nem (on 20 March 2013)

That came off harsh. TERA is a decent game and im glad to see it achieve sucess.


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pezus (on 20 March 2013)

1.4m registered players doesn't sound inflated to me for a F2P MMO these days. Doesn't mean they're all active, mind you


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