Saw this today on Reddit: And this got me wondering whether this game would even be able to use all that power because of its old UE3 engine. During the beta the optimum hardware specifications included i5 8400 with 6 cores, but already next year we apparently can expect 12-16 core CPUs as an affordable option for the average gamer, with 6 cores as the poor man's entry step. It would be a shame if Tera's failure in utilization of modern hardware would repeat itself. Another thought that came to me upon seeing this picture is that maybe the time has finally come that MMOs will be able to provide pretty graphics, action combat AND MMO numbers(100vs100 for example) at the same time with sufficient FPS. To me this looks a bit like the perfect storm which Blizzard got itself into when they brought out WoW just in the time as the broadband internet became widely available. This time it is the raw CPU power the previous MMOs weren't able to rely on to provide a well-rounded package mentioned above. And thus I wonder whether Bluehole devs will be able or even willing to use this unique opportunity before other competitors, who are currently over-concentrating on mobile market, do.