Players can expect a spooky Halloween packed with event quests, unique Halloween weapons for all champions, creepy avatars, mounts, and three brand new legendary outfits
Going to PAX West 2018 this August 31-September 3? Then you won’t want to miss TERA, the free-to-play fantasy MMO of our dreams, debuting a new DPS character class for consoles – the ninja!
En Masse Entertainment, makers of TERA, will be offering PAX attendees the first-ever chance to experience the ninja before it debuts on Xbox One and the PS4 in September. So, if you’d like to try out this damage-dealer’s stealth-cool moves and those rotating blades of death, you’ll have to stop by the En Masse booth, number 7410 in the 6th-floor expo hall. The company will be showcasing the massively multiplayer role-playing game through a hands-on demo on your favorite video game consoles. Join a team of three and play a healer, a tank, or the much-anticipated ninja.
To sweeten the deal, En Masse will be giving out PAX West EME coins for completing the TERA demo. These terrific tokens can be exchanged for rewards at the TERA “Gift Shop” at the booth. Looking for exclusive merch, like TERA patches, art prints, a steelbook, and figurines? Earn the coins, and they can be yours!
And just how do you do that, other than playing the TERA demo? Go to Senior Product Manager Matt Denomme’s panel discussion on MMOs for consoles. And tweet out answers to the riddles the En Masse team asks throughout the event via @TERAonline. You’ll get the coins for participating. Then, go shopping!
Want to know more? Check out this link, which tells you all about the Ninja class. We think we definitely want to be her when we grow up.
Click here to go to the TERA website – learn more about the game and what else the console versions have in store!
Blizzard is about to launch their seventh expansion, World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. The pre-patch leading up to the Battle for Azeroth launch has been interesting and detailing events of the past that is leading up to this epic faction war between the Horde and the Alliance. We have Jaina who is making deals that are unsettling. Saurfang is exhausted and ready to meet his maker while Sylvanas pushes for the win at the end of this battle. Either way, we have a lot of content to discover as the PvP based expansion comes into play. Who will win the battle?
In the last month, we’ve had to endure the talent and class changes, the enabling of War Mode, and a HUGE stat squish. While the first week didn’t bring any content, it allowed players to discover what their class could and could not do. I will also mention that the artifact weapon was decommissioned, which was a little underwhelming. Where’s the fancy cinematic that shows what happens? You can also read what is coming in the next expansion, here at The Mommy Gamers.
In week two, we were brought the first of three cinematics that details what happens with Jaina, Saurfang, and Sylvanas. Jaina has made decisions that even she may not happy about, lives and loved ones lost. Jaina has had to make some difficult decisions and it influences her future, which is interesting and potentially could be the reason why she got frustrated and left Khadgar, to begin with.
As we headed into week three, many are feeling worn down and tired of war. Saurfang is no exclusion to this, especially after losing his son. He takes his gear off and just before the sun rises, hopes that someone will target him, ending the exhaustion. A troll is reluctant to see that not happen and keeps yapping away. Our new friend says something to Saurfang that gets him thinking. Nevertheless, it gets his butt back in gear. It was the more emotional pulling trailer out of the three, and it’s called “Old Soldier”.
Last, but not least, we have Sylvanas. Over the years, Sylvanas has been pushed aside and told no so many times, but here she is, the Warchief and planning to take over. Step one was the burning of Teldrassil, step two could be to push the Alliance back into their corners and then unleash the Plague of Undeath to create more undead.
But until the expansion officially launches August 14th around the world, we won’t know anything. But those in the United States can play World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Monday, August 13th at 3 pm PST.