Developer Re-Logic and publisher 505 Games' Terraria originally made its debut on PC in 2011, and since then, it received several ports to consoles and mobile devices, with the Nintendo Switch the most recent recipient. The game received three major content updates throughout its existence, and now it is time for the fourth and last one, Journey's End.
Journey's End was revealed back in June last year, and promised to introduce countless new items, new NPCs, features, weapons, mounts, and much much more. Probably the highlight of the expansion is its addition of Block Swap gameplay mechanic, where players will get to mine blocks based on the highest pickaxe power you have in your inventory with no need to waste time on the action itself if you surpassed that point.
Not only that, Terraria players will get to experience an all-new wind mechanic, affecting everything around you and giving them a more lively feel, especially trees, banners, and rain drops falling from the sky. Those seeking a successor to the Celebration weapon will get to enjoy its second iteration, the Celebration Mk. II, tweaked to fire multiple types of fireworks. This is just barely scraping the surface of what Terraria: Journey's End update brings to the title, giving players enough content to keep them busy for a long time.
Terraria: Journey's End will launch on PC May 16, 2020! pic.twitter.com/cf1nGrzrrk— Andrew Spinks (@Demilogic) April 13, 2020
Terraria: Journey's End is due to release on PC first on May 16th, with more details on other platform's release date given at a later time. Make sure to check out the expansion's trailer below for a sneak peek on the plethora of new content coming to the title.
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