However, everything outside of combat seems somewhat standard -- the kind of quality that you'd perhaps expect from a free-to-play MMO. Early quests are throwaway events, along with the dialogue is instantly forgettable. While we get that lots of people just dive into games like Tera since they like the mill, it'd still be nice if things felt more involved.
On this note, at least personality creation is cool. The machine isn't hugely in-depth, but with a assortment of beautifully constructed races to pick from, it's easy to make a hero who looks the part. Couple them with sweet looking weapons and armour, and you've got an MMO which Tera Gold has a solid sense of in-game design.
All in all, we are eager to give Tera another shot after the final launch hits the PlayStation Store. The action-based approach surely gives it an identity, and there is potentially a great deal of space for customisation. The PS4's already home to quite a few free-to-play MMOs, but there is a certain advantage to Tera that will place it towards the top of the pile.
Gamers patiently waiting for its highly anticipated launch of TERA on consoles may want to know that for TERA Founder Packs are now available to purchase to provide players with a slight head start and a small extra gear. Check out the TERA Founder's Packs overview trailer below to learn more about what you may expect from the bundles.
TERA is a brand new breed of MMO, blending True Action Combat with the huge game world and profound social interactions with a role-playing game. "Purchase some of four TERA Creator's Packs to begin playing Head Start right now! You will also unlock things such as an exclusive mount, pets, and much more.