Terraria: Journey’s End is the final major content update for the game. The update was revealed at E3 and has over 800 new items for players to craft and find.
Terraria was first released in 2011. The game has gone through countless updates and patches since then, but at E3 the team at Re-Logic revealed that the next major update will likely be their last. Titled Terraria: Journey’s End, this update will touch almost every aspect of the game and put everything in a place the devs are happy with. Watch the short trailer below.
Journey’s End has tons of content. There will be over 800 new items for you to play or craft. The team has also added a bunch of new foes to battle and challenges to tackle. And, of course, conquering those will provide you with quite the loot haul.
Re-Logic is also completely reworking its world generation. This includes sprucing up the world diversity with a number of mini-biomes for you to explore. Those biomes will be full of monsters that you can read about in the game’s new Bestiary. This in-game data log will track key stats on every monster along with what they can potentially drop.
Journey’s End introduces Block Swapping, the Void Vault, Expert Mode, enhanced weather effects, and golf. That’s right, golf! This update really does have everything. And the team is not planning to reveal all that’s coming just yet. Instead, they hope to keep some things a secret up through release. That said, if you want to get a better idea of everything coming, make sure to visit the game’s info page.
Terraria: Journey’s End is coming to PC this year (hopefully). The team is aiming for a 2019 release but will put the game out “when it’s ready”. The update will be coming to all other platforms at a later date. Keep your eyes on DualShockers for all the news coming out of E3.