Although our expertise was off and on due to the stress test temperament of this beta, we did manage to have an adequate feel for the title. Long story short, we think it's shaping up rather well on PlayStation 4.
As with any MMO that's making the leap from PC, Tera's experienced a lot of tweaking to be able to make it completely playable on Tera Gold Xbox One games console. Providentially, the tweaking appears to have been successful. Two actions pubs line the bottom of the screen, and you flick between them by holding down a shoulder button. The control plot clicked with us right away, and it is always a fantastic sign.
There is still a great deal of display clutter to wade through, however. There is text everywhere and at first it seems like you are being buried alive by info, but it is obviously something that routine players can get used to. Our sole complaint so far as presentation goes would be that all the menus seem rather simple and bland.
Just how can Tera play with? The MMO bills itself as a true action game, also for the most part, it appears to live up to that promise. The system's reasonably fluid, and with a whole lot of different player classes to select from, there is a good amount of variation on offer.
Just to be clear, this is not Devil May Cry, but as far as MMOs go tera console gold, it is rather an impressive hack and slasher. Believe The Elder Scrolls Online, only far more over-the-top, and you are on the right track. The bottom line is it is pretty entertaining, and we loved letting loose with various powerful attacks once we'd unlocked them up.