2 days back on 6th August, TERA China entered its Open Beta phase, with no more account restrictions. According to publisher Kalends (or Kunlun), the first day saw over 200,000 online at the same time (or concurrent users). TERA China is using the free-to-play model, similar to the other versions.
According to reports, social media channels and search engines in China are flooded with TERA-related terms as well. Korean developer Bluehole Studio talked about challenging Blade & Soul China’s superiority since it launched, and with 31 servers and more being added, it looks closer each day.