The official debut TERA is just around the corner and announced today were some additional features that we’ll see at launch.
TERA will attempt to have a good economy by improving upon the trade broker system with a more detailed search engine to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. Private stores will also be removed to focus attention on using the auction house and to reduce clutter.
Currency will be redefined so you won’t have to count and carry billions of gold coins at the end of the game. The new denominations will be that 100 copper will equal one silver and 100 silver will equal one gold.
Enchanting is in for a big change as well, removing the penalty of reducing the bonus of weapons or armor that fail to upgrade. When getting a bonus you like, you can lock it into place with a new “resealing” technique.
You can read the announcement here.
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