Re-Logic has announced another Terraria update, calling it Terraria Journey's Actual End, and it launches today. It will be the final content update for Terraria (where have we heard this before?) and it will include the "final NPC, new achievements, lots of balance changes, bug fixes, new vanity, and the long-requested game credits (done Terraria style)!"
What is Terraria? Well, players will struggle to survive in a sandbox world by digging, fighting, exploring, and building. They can do pretty much whatever they want, whether it's delving into caverns for treasure or hunting down enemies to beat them down in mortal combat. The game can run on essentially any PC released in the last 15 years, and it's a nice little game to just hang out and do whatever. There's only a real challenge if you look for it, which is nice.
The last patch for Terraria was released on it's ninth year anniversary on May 16, 2020, and there's close to 40 pages of content for you to look over. So if you have been away for a few years, this current patch and the one prior have really changed up the game, so you should give it a look here. This update marks almost ten years of updates for the game, far outpacing any expectations, even if it never quite reached the dominance of Minecraft.
If you want to play Terraria, its available on pretty much every console (aside from the Ouya) released in the last ten years for $9.99. Check it out on Steam here.
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