Today, Terraria, the multi-million selling 2D action-adventure sandbox developed by Re-Logic (PC) and DR Studios (console/mobile) and published by 505 Games, celebrates its tenth anniversary and launches the highly-anticipated Journey’s End update on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Journey’s End is also playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
After a decade of inspiring creativity and adventure, Terraria has transformed into a global cultural phenomenon, selling more than 35 million copies across multiple consoles and mobile platforms. Journey’s End serves as a celebration of one of the largest gaming communities ever, adding new modes, bosses, enemies, and quality of life changes.
Rise to the ultimate challenge in Master mode, where combat difficulty intensifies, but each defeated boss offers unique rewards. For a relaxed experience more focused on fostering imagination, Journey mode provides extra options like item duplication, weather control, adjustable spawn rates, difficulty sliders, and much more.
Battle new bosses like the bullet hell-inspired Empress of Light and the imposing Queen Slime. Track enemies, allies, and critters with a helpful Bestiary. Take a break from slaying monsters by playing Golf. Wander through new weather-based events like Lantern Nights and Meteor Showers while exploring new biomes from Graveyards to the Oasis. Enjoy new music, including the “Journey’s End” title theme and a track from Terraria contest winner Xenon and DSniper.
Journey’s End also enhances Terraria with a host of quality of life changes. Block Swap makes building more intuitive, while Void Vaults help manage player inventory. Graphical overhauls, boss health bars, UI improvements including customization, and a split-screen interface make it easier to focus on the fight. Town Pylons and NPC Happiness expand the town system, eventually granting the ability to build a teleportation network to towns worldwide.
Terraria is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at €18.99/ $19.99/£13.59.
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