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En Masse Entertainment Will Shut Down, Ensures "Seamless Transition" for Tera and Closers


En Masse Entertainment announced on its Facebook page on Monday, August 17, that it will be closing its business, but Tera and Closure will continue to have support.


"Today, it is with a heavy heart that we begin the process of discontinuing the business," En Masse wrote in the Facebook post.


The game publisher also promised to assist its employees who are affected by the company's decision to seek new opportunities in the meantime.


The game had more than 25 million players across the globe as it was also ported to PS4 and Xbox One, although the console versions also experienced bugs.


Netizens assume that Krafton's other studio, Bluehole will take over Tera and Closers once En Masses shut down its business completely.


Bluehole is also the developer for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, but the company reportedly created a separate subsidiary called PUBG Corporation in 2017 after the huge success of the game in its first six months, reaching 10 million copies sold.






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