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Bluehole Studios Bringing TERA to Consoles

The MMO seems be becoming increasingly popular in the console realm. With recent years spawning the likes of The Crew, DC Universe, The Elder Scrolls Online and Destiny, it now seems that other studios are looking to bring their massively-multiplayer worlds to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

According to a recent job posting in South Korea, developer Bluehole Studio is looking to bring their popular MMO TERA to consoles. The posting was reported on MMO Culture (via. NeoGAF) yesterday.

The posting says the company is looking for a “technical lead role” to head the company’s port of TERA onto the PS4 and Xbox One. You can read the full job post below.

TERA 1

Bluehole also mentions their expansion onto mobile platforms, as well as opportunities for VR, suggesting that the studio isn’t opposed to the idea of a TERA VR. Of course, this is speculative, but it’s worth noting that the company certainly seem interested by their mention of VR on the jobs board.

TERA was first released back in 2011 in South Korea and North America, whilst European versions came later in 2012. Russian editions were made available just last year.

As reported by MMO Culture, Bluehole signed a mobile contract with free-to-play game publisher Nexon last year to work on T2 – a mobile game allegedly based on TERA. According to 2P (via. Destructoid), that game is set to launch this year.

 

 

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.

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