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XIGNCODE3 and TERA PC

On Thursday, June 7, we will deploy the Hero’s Oath update, also known internally as V69, to our live servers. Included in this version of TERA on PC will be anti-cheat software known as XIGNCODE3 by a company called Wellbia. En Masse Entertainment, Bluehole, and Wellbia have a relationship going back several years – in other global regions, publishers have been using XIGNCODE3 for TERA for a few years already; and Closers, Kritika, and AVA (all EME titles) use XIGNCODE3 as well.

WHAT IS XIGNCODE3?
Most easily explained by Wellbia’s website here: https://www.wellbia.com/home/en/pages/xigncode3/
It is a gaming security solution aimed at detection of cheating and hacking in a game client.

WHO IS WELLBIA?
Again, best explained by their own website: https://www.wellbia.com/home/en/pages/about/
Wellbia is a reputable company that worked directly with the TERA PC Dev team for this integration to match their existing presence in Nexon’s and others’ versions of TERA.

WHO ELSE USES XIGNCODE3?
Players who play East to West games may recognize XIGNCODE3 from any of these games (or many others): https://www.wellbia.com/home/en/pages/xigncode3-reference/

WHAT HAPPENS IF XIGNCODE3 IS GIVING ME ISSUES WITH ACCESSING THE GAME?
As we have been using this product for our other games for years, our Customer Support team is prepared to handle helping you solve issues as they arise. However, you should be aware En Masse does not officially support the use of modified clients (for instance, the use of DPS meters) or editing of game client files, and going forward, you may have to remove these changes in order for XIGNCODE3 to allow you access to TERA PC.
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