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En Masse Entertainment recently announced that Tera has officially released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and boy am I excited.

Earlier this year I got my hands on the Tera beta, and while I didn’t expect much, I had a blast. The game wasn’t entirely optimized for its PlayStation port when I played the beta, and the servers were choppy. These obstacles, however, didn’t stop my friends and I from leveling together and go dungeon dwelling.

Even with other titles like Warframe and DC Universe, the one thing I think PlayStation lacked was a good variety of MMOs, and that’s what the game ushers. Having already enjoyed the game, I was pleasantly surprised when Tera came back from its beta in a more playable fashion that gave me a more optimized experience. The graphics looked better; the HUD was more responsive than before, the game ran smoother than I expected, and I loved it.

Tera offers a fast-paced fighting experience that is easy to learn, but harder to master if you plan on learning the variety of combos to use against gigantic beasts. Additionally, Tera has an in-depth character customization menu that will help you express yourself on the battlefield.

New added features to the MMO make the game more console friendly. These features include: a new lock-on system that will help players keep enemies in their line of sights, class-specific controls that give each character it’s own unique control scheme that can also be customized, heightened streaming compatibility with Twitch and Mixer with integrated streaming support, and in-game voice chat support.

So there you have it guys, Tera is available now for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and is free to download. If you’re looking for a true MMORPG to play with friends, then Tera is definitely worth checking out. In fact, I’m going to hop on Tera after I’m finished writing this, which is now.

Until Next Time

JJ King