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Description: As many of you may already understand, Tera is preparing to create its way from PC to console. And tera gold just this past weekend fans got their first opportunity to have a look at the MMO on a PS4 at Sony's Playstation Experience. And although I was not able to make the event itself, I'd get a chance to go hands-on with a brief demo of what fans can expect. Some of you may recall I already had an opportunity to check out how the game runs on consoles before this year at PAX West about the Xbox One and everything I stated at the time holds true for the Playstation version too. Using a controller certainly gives combat in Tera a small Dark Souls vibe. It's about dodging enemy strikes then following up with timing-based combos. I took on a number of beasts, such as a huge living stone monster coincidentally called a Teralith which didn't want to die. Combos are executed by striking a typical attack then figuring out that ability to follow up with using a collection of timed hits from one source. Players will also receive a opportunity to earn their own custom combos in a post-launch characteristic. Menus and user interfaces will also be getting an overhaul for simpler console usage. All items have been split into their own submenus for simple navigating. And players will also receive a new quick access radial menu which they can slot whatever they in. Therefore, if you require extra potions or fans or anything else you can imagine that isn't already in the primary skill sets. There is also a new quick chat pad coming with a list of fundamental communications for gamers that wish to leave their mics off. At this time there aren't any definite plans to provide up anything unique to both the XB1 and PS4 versions of Tera, but it hasn't yet been ruled out by the dev team. At the moment they are more concentrating on the technical aspects, for example they've now got the game running at 30fps around the PS4. But is seems like they're committing to making the experience feel like more than just a cheap tera gold jack, but instead something that feels indigenous when performed with a controller on a console. You can expect to see Tera launch for systems at Q1 of 2018. We will be sure that you're current on what as we get closer to launch.