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Post by Eorl @ 01:09pm 11/08/12 | 0 Comments
Shacknews are reporting that the recent lawsuit between En Masse Entertainment and NCSoft has finally been resolved after allegations that Bluehole Studio, the developers of TERA, had used materials from Lineage 3.

The details about the case have remained tightly hidden, however En Masse have remained vigilant of their innocence.
"We are happy to have this distraction behind us," En Masse Corporate Development Director Yong Taek Bae said in a release. "We appreciate the support from all those who have believed in us. Our priority has been and always will be our fans and community. TERA will continue to thrive and provide a great player experience and value to existing and new gamers alike."
This also comes on the heel of recent layoffs in the TERA department, with tweets from community manager Evan "Scapes" Berman confirming his job loss. The layoffs were later confirmed En Masse publishing VP Chris Le who told Massively that "while a tough decision, it was necessary as we prepare for the next chapter of our business."



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