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Tera's Ruinous Manor Expansion Includes New Max Level Dungeon

Bluehole's free-to-play MMO is introducing tough new challenges offering suitable high-level rewards.

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Gamers who like to take on massive quests in a fantasy world without breaking their real-world banks have by now certainly heard of Tera, the free-to-play MMO from developer Bluehole Studio. The game has received fairly consistent updates since its release back in 2012, and the publishers at En Masse Entertainment have recently announced the release of Ruinous Manor, an expansion to Tera that includes an all-new dungeon designed specifically for high-level players.

According to a press release for the expansion, Ruinous Manner is slated to provide challenges that will require the utmost skill out of seasoned players. That challenge comes via the new max level dungeon, the likes of which will also include several high-level rewards like rare items, crafting materials, and dyad niveot structures.

The press release also contains information about the BAM boss battles the expansion has on offer. These include bouts with "the deadly claws of Atrocitas, the powerful kick attacks of Malgarios, and Lacheilith, a true nightmare armed with a piercing tail scythe, life-draining soul spheres, and triple lasers."

Tera is still available for Windows PC players, but those with home consoles should note that the game made just recently made its console debut, landing for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One earlier this month on April 3. Players can learn more information about the game by following the Tera Twitter account or by stopping by the official Tera website.

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Kevin Tucker is a long-time gamer and writer with an eye for technological news and a drive for extensive research. When he's not off exploring virtual worlds, he spends his time working on motorcycles, reading science fiction, and playing electric bass.

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