TERA releases the Skywatch: New Heights update

A new level cap of 70, two new advancement systems, and new dungeons and dungeon mechanics

    
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This is a fantasy game. Yes.

It’s time to reach new heights in TERA. It will be, anyhow, when the Skywatch: New Heights update launches today after maintenance. And it’s a big one, with players able to rise to level 70 and take on new challenges alongside the new Gear Fusion system and Skill Advancement system. The latter lets you unlock alternate versions of familiar skills, while the former lets you put two pieces of equipment together to get something better out of the end result.

Players will also have a new system for entering dungeons via the weekly Adventure Coin system, replacing daily lockouts and allowing more freedom in when you take on challenges. Add in some new dungeons to the mixture along with revamped version of old favorites, and there’s plenty to do even as you start climbing up to the new level cap. Check out screenshots just below if you want to get some of the visuals before you play the update.

Source: En Masse Entertainment press release

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Nate Woodard

Seriously one of the nuttiest games I’ve ever played!

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Hydlide S

A level increase in an MMO without a new zone. Kinda… weird, right? Is this a first?

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Utakata

Any new Elin classes to play?

“You’re trolling, Uta!”

…I thought I ask anyway. >.>

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Jack Pipsam

From what I gathered, this update will be somewhat controversial with the level-boost.

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Utakata

Level-boost?

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Jack Pipsam

Sorry, I mean the level increase.

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Utakata

…thanks for the clarification. It did sound like they where pulling a Blizz, and giving a free level boost for one character per account in raising the level cap for the moment. :)

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Heliton B. Amorim

They should let me change my class or at least let me buy something (even if in the cash shop, don’t care) to do so. After so many changes I feel no desire to keep playing Lancer.

This or a fresh start server is the only possible way for me to return to this game.

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PanagiotisLial1

Did they screw Lancer’s skills?

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Heliton B. Amorim

The class lost his meaning in PvP a long time ago.
Now having in mind that all costumes, mounts, and other stuff are characters bound, means if you start a new character you “lost” everything you paid. And you can’t even pay to change your class.