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Submitted by Pozzle 687d ago | news

TERA – Game finally goes to China after years of speculation

When a big budget game launches in Korea, the natural feeling amongst industry veterans would be the title will be China-bound next. This thought process can be understood, since China is now the biggest online gaming market in the world. However, TERA took a different route, and the China server is perhaps the final region to be announced. (PC, TERA)

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