You might think that starting a brand-new, high-quality, full-glossy magazine in one of the worst publishing environments in years would be a suicidal business idea. After all, take a look at just about any magazine you can think of, and, thanks to the veritable collapse of advertising, odds are it's about as thin as can be.
But to the folks at Future--a leading games media publisher--the time couldn't be better to launch Tera: The Magazine, a new quarterly title that is expected to be unveiled at this weekend's savorgold.com/tera/">Tera gold event--the world's biggest Tera Tera gold fan --in Anaheim, Calif. The magazine will be the "official" Tera magazine, and is both endorsed by and produced with the editorial cooperation of Tera publisher Activision Blizzard.
And, indeed, the timing for the forthcoming magazine is clever: The first issue is planned for sometime this fall, just as savorgold.com/tera/">Tera gold celebrates its fifth anniversary. And with an astounding 11.5 million players of the game now spread out around the world, Future is hoping that by promising potential readers stunning artwork, behind-the-scenes looks at ongoing development, deep dives into the game's lore, and perhaps even occasional scoops about new features or other Tera gold elements, it will offer fans an invaluable experience. In fact, Future sees this magazine as something along the lines of a collectible coffee table book.
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