Watch The TERA – PvP Battlegrounds Trailer

On August 22, TERA is getting the hugest expansion the game has yet scene, the Argon Queen update. The update comes packed with plenty for players to do, most importantly the all new PvP Battlegrounds mode. To explain that a little more, En Masse Entertainment have released the following trailer.

The Argon Queen update is, by the by, free. Enjoy.

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3 Comments on Watch The TERA – PvP Battlegrounds Trailer

Friar

On August 13, 2012 at 9:30 pm

EnMasse (Publishers of TERA) – absolute worst company I have EVER dealt with, bar none. I would rather buy from Activision or Ubisoft. Seriously. Save your money and look for another game.

My advice would be Raiderz is a free to play game coming out (currently in Closed Beta) that offers a lot of what TERA has (“action combat”), without the atrocious customer support, $40 box price tag, $15 a month fee, and ridiculously priced cash shop.

James

On August 14, 2012 at 2:04 pm

Not sure what experience you hav had Friar, but my experiences (and most on the official forum’s) with Customer Service in EME was positive.

People have lots of complains about the game – mainly that Tera has mind deathingly boring system for Endgame Gear – customer support was not one of the complains people have.

Friar

On August 14, 2012 at 6:04 pm

The support agents themselves, were fun and light hearted and a pleasure to work with. But their polices and procedures are just f’ing retarded. They fraudulently charged my credit card twice in during my 30 free days, for a 6 month subscription no less. I spent 20+ hours over the course of a week trying to cut through their stupid support policies to get the subscription charges refunded. Needless to say I cancelled before I had to pay, which I couldn’t do myself as their cancel system was not working (how convenient). So I had to wade through their customer support for that as well. I asked for a game refund for the retarded billing system and all the issues it caused. They of course decline since “I could still play”. Never even got a “Sorry, our bad” or any free offers (game time/vanity items/ect) from them for the whole fiasco either. Nothing like wasting 20+ hours of your customers time trying to correct mistakes in your billing system and support system. Still having to watch my credit card statement like a hawk as I don’t trust them and don’t want a surprise $60 charge to suddenly appear.

Just another publisher to add to the “Never buy from again list”, Ubisoft needed some company lol.