Terraria: Journey’s End Update Available For Free

Terraria: Journey's End
Terraria: Journey's End Re-Logic

Terraria revealed that it is no longer releasing update 1.3.6. Instead Re-Logic is dropping the fourth major update for the game, called Terraria: Journey’s End. The update is expected to offer players at least 800 items to find or craft.

Re-Logic confirmed as well that for those who already have Terraria, the Journey’s End update is free and follows the long-standing tradition of giving substantial content to the players and fans.

According to Re-Logic, the initial plan was to launch update 1.3.6. However the developers realized later that the update had reached a tipping point, and as they added new big ideas, it seemed a better fit to name it a 1.X tier update.

Rather than calling it 1.4, the decision was instead to call it Journey’s End, as it is going to be considered Terraria’s crowning update.

Aside from the new items, Terraria: Journey’s End also comes with:

  • new foes to defeat and challenges to overcome as you seek fortune and glory.
  • a full revamp of world generation – including overall improvements and a handful of new mini-biomes to explore.
  • Quality of Life improvements from Block Swap to the Void Vault, these will ensure that the player spends more time doing what they enjoy most – and having more fun at the same time.
  • the addition of an in-game Bestiary. As players defeat higher numbers of any given foe, they will learn more about them – from key statistics to even what each foe can drop as loot!
  • the hallowed game of Golf to Terraria. Golf? That’s right, Golf. Trust us, it is insanely fun – so get your golf skills up to par now!
  • an all new difficulty mode. Beyond the existing Expert Mode, this is intended to be a true challenge for the most experienced and skilled Terrarians – a true gauntlet for the best of the best. Will your gaming skills and creativity be up to the task?
  • an all new and enhanced weather effects.

The Journey’s End update is expected to roll out at the end of the year.

Terraria is a 2D sandbox where players explore, build, craft, mine, and fight. The game has a sprite tile-based graphical style that brings to mind the 16-bit sprites on the Super NES. Its exploration-gameplay style of gameplay is similar to games like Metroid and Minecraft.

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