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About Wild Terra

Wild Terra Online is a hardcore role-playing sandbox game, in a completely player-controlled medieval world. You will not need to complete a chain of tasks and kill a thousand wolves to create equipment. Everything is much more interesting! You will have to understand the actual production stages of manufacturing hardened leather, steel, and other materials. You will have to survive in a forest full of predators, build a shelter and improve your crafts skills, develop a farm, tame animals, and explore new territories and fight for treasures. In Wild Terra, you can become anyone and do whatever you want!


Wild Terra II: The New Lands is the sequel to the original Wild Terra, built to be bigger, better, and more expansive than its predecessor - and, of course, featuring the eponymous New Lands, where you will be able to travel to new lands across the world to conquer and settle them - or just kick back and enjoy your life on the One Mainland.


News & Announcements

We need your help with translations into French, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Danish and Dutch


Unfortunately, the game is not fully translated into some languages: French, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Danish and Dutch. All translations of Wild Terra are made and supported by volunteers. We are looking for those who will help us translate the game. If one of these languages is your native language, and you know English a bit - it will be easy for you. We need your help. If you want to help us with the translation into these languages, please write to us at support@playwildterra.com

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