Now you have a place to store all of those Hello Kitty costumes.

En Masse Entertainment announced today that its free-to-play massively multiplayer online game Tera has received a new update, Aces Wild. It adds quality-of-life improvements to the action-based role-playing game, including dedicated storage for cosmetic items, expanded flying zones for mounts, and balance changes for its classes. These improvements should make Tera’s players happy. According to En Masse, the MMO has over 25 million users across the world.

Aces Wild is a free update that is available now.

The update also includes a new dungeon, Manglemire, and a new player-vs.-player battleground, the 10-vs.-10 Kumas Royale.

Tera originally launched for PC in 2012. It went free-to-play in 2013, and it became available on the Steam digital store in May 2015. En Masse has consistently added content to the MMO, including stuff like new classes to Hello Kitty clothing.