Terraria Celebrates 9 Year Journey With A Final Update
Terraria’s journey is finally coming to an end. Announcing Journey’s End, the Re-Logic team celebrates nine years of passion-driven development of their action-adventure sandbox title. Explore, fight, dig, and build to make your solo adventure or one with friends an imaginative campaign across diverse biomes, challenges, and monsters. The update brings over one-thousand new items to create and discover, bosses, balance changes, graphic improvements and more.
“From new ways to play the game to over 1000 new items to find and craft to new bosses to challenge and even a full-pass review of all content of the game for balance, graphic quality, and mechanics – truly, Journey’s End has something for everyone,” reads the official Terraria blog. “We cannot wait to see your reactions as you dive in to all that this update has to offer, and we hope that you thoroughly enjoy our gift to you. It has been an amazing journey indeed… but we truly feel that this end is really just a new beginning for the amazing world of Terraria.”
Since Journey’s End went live on May 16th, there were nearly 500-thousand concurrent players reportedly taking up Terraria’s servers. Not only is that impressive but it’s telling of the love the community has for the game! The update is now live for all title owners to enjoy. For those curious about all the changes that come with Terraria’s final update, check out over 40 pages of change logs here.
It’s been nine years on the dot since Terraria first splashed down in the video game scene with its challenging sandbox experience. Since 2011, the game released on a variety of platforms including the Nintendo Switch to increase their outreach. It stands to be said that Terraria is the third most-played game on Steam with an “overwhelmingly positive” review rate all-around. To say it’s popular would be an understatement!
To add a touch of melancholy and sentiment, Re-Logic team member Jimmarn created gorgeous wallpapers to commemorate Journey’s End. Despite the end of Terraria’s development, there’s a bright path ahead for the team and we can’t wait to see what Re-Logic has to offer in the future.
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