TERA will ‘live on,’ starts transferring operations from En Masse next week


It may be the end of an era for En Masse Entertainment, but it’s definitely not the end of the road for TERA. The closing publisher posted another notice yesterday that promised that the action MMO would “live on” under new management.

[AL:TERA]Starting next week, TERA is going to begin the process of transferring to a new, unspecified publisher. Initially that means that TERA is going to stop selling EMP and elite status for the time being.

More information will come soon: “We plan to publish game-specific FAQ articles to help support you through this transition period and limit interruption to your enjoyment of TERA and Closers. Complete service transfer details will not yet be available on September 14, but you can look out for the basics on what’s happening with both games then, and we will plan to update each game’s FAQ page with more information as it becomes available.”

Source: TERA
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