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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1057d ago | news

TERA is Now Selling a $25 Mount

Gamespy:

Wow, really? I thought we were past such things by now, but it looks like TERA didn't get the memo. Today TERA announced that players can drop $25 on a Night Mare (get it? Mare? Horse?) to ride around the lands of TERA. This is equivalent to a guy showing up at a house party today with Zima and a blazer with shoulder pads. (PC, TERA)

ATi_Elite  +   1057d ago
I agree Tera needs to be F2P and I want that Mount!

you can farm gold to offset your monthly subscription but Tera need to just go F2P.
solar  +   1057d ago
Its cosmetic. Doesnt harm anyone.
Basjohn  +   1057d ago
Sort of. This is fine for a F2P game (expected even) but nonsense for a subscription title. Right now they're trying to combine both to suck as much cash as possible before the inevitable switch to F2P.

The only guess is whether TERA or SWOTOR will go F2P first.

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