TERA Development Ended By Bluehole, Servers Likely Going Down This Year

TERA Development Ended By Bluehole, Servers Likely Going Down This Year

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Matt Lorrigan

Korean developer Bluehole Studio has announced that is ending development on its MMORPG TERA.

First released in Korea in 2011, before coming to consoles in 2018, TERA has been continually updates and supported for over ten years now. However, Bluehole has made the “difficult decision to end development of the game” as the studio looks to focus their development efforts on other projects.

Publisher Gameforge has announced that TERA servers will be deactivated on 30th June 2022, although the publisher has only made reference to the PC version of the game. Development on the console version of the game has diverged somewhat since it released, but it seems likely that the servers will go down around the same time as the PC version.

“Gameforge has happily hosted a great community in TERA for almost 10 years now, and would have happily served players even longer, but without the support of the developers this is not feasible,” said the publisher in a TERA shutdown FAQ.

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  • I wish they would just give us the achievements before closing the servers down
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