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Re-Logic to Dedicate More Resources to Second Title After Terraria Update

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Terraria: 'Journey's End'

Announced recently at E3 2019, the ‘Journey’s End’ update will be the last major content patch fans can expect for Terraria.

Following the news shared at E3, Ted “Loki” Murphy of Re-Logic published a blog post addressing some of the finer points and unanswered questions revolving around the launch of ‘Journey’s End’.

Regarding a release date for ‘Journey’s End’, Murphy writes, “We expect to have this update out prior to the end of the year. However, as we always say… it will be ready when it is ready.”

Murphy also addresses the future of Terraria, stating the following:

“There is plenty more coming down the road for console/Switch/mobile (including some things we have not revealed just yet), and with the available mods—plus any future mods—on top of what is a VERY robust core game, we are confident Terraria will be trucking along for many, many years to come. Of course, we will stay involved with all of you—you make this possible, and we always enjoy hanging out.”

Also mentioned in Re-Logic’s latest blog post is that, after the launch of ‘Journey’s End’, the team’s focus will shift to the development of its next game.

“We do not yet know what this will be—and it may not even be a Terraria title—so expect a time of silence from us on that front until we are ready to share more what we decide to pursue.”

Terraria‘s ‘Journey’s End’ is set to be chock full of new content, including the following:

  • 800 new items to find and craft
  • Several new foes and challenges
  • A full revamp of world regeneration
  • An in-game bestiary
  • Golf

Re-Logic is expecting to release much more in its final Terraria update, so be sure to check out the trailer for ‘Journey’s End‘:

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Craig Snyder
Craig fell in love with video games after being spoiled with all of the NES games he could ever want as a kid, and his passion for gaming continues decades later. After discovering a knack for writing in grade school, the two have come together nicely for him. River City Ransom and Final Fantasy VII are his jams.

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