Terraria Reaches Journey’s End With A Switch Update and a Free Play Event

Terraria Reaches Journey’s End With A Switch Update and a Free Play Event

Terraria, the hit 2D sandbox adventure, just added a bunch of updates for Nintendo Switch owners this month, with a new Journey’s End Update.

Despite selling millions of copies across almost every conceivable platform, although it won’t run on your fridge quite yet, Terraria is finally getting to its Journey’s End in the form of a new Nintendo switch update. The latest addition to Terraria will find the sandbox adventure. The additions expand the thousands of items, dozens of NPCs, and hundreds of enemies with new content, features, and so much more:

  • Touch screen support
  • Tabletop mode for two players
  • New foes, including new bosses and surprising new events to seek out and confront
  • Quality of Life features (Block Swap, Void Vault, Boss Health Bars, Customizable UI, and more)
  • Atmospheric and weather effects play a greater role than ever (watch out for gusts of wind!)
  • A Bestiary to track enemies, allies, and critters encountered
  • Additional biomes and mini-biomes to explore, both above and underground
  • Golf, a new fun pastime for when you want to take a break from all the monster slaying
  • Town Pylons and NPC Happiness, an expansion on the town system that culminates with the ability to build a teleportation network to towns around the world
  • Graphical overhauls and UI improvements including a customizable split screen interface
  • New music tracks including an all new “Journey’s End” title theme, and the winning track from Terraria’s music contest by Xenon and DSniper
Free Play

As well as adding even more content into the hundreds of potential hours of play, Nintendo Switch owners who haven’t picked this up can try it for free. Nintendo Switch Online subscribers can try our Terraria between 26 January and 1 February for no additional cost, and if they want to get it a little later then the title is available on the eShop for $29.99.

If you haven’t experienced Terraria’s hugely successful mix of retro 2D pixel art, massive RPG adventures, and freedom of a sandbox environment then you can also grab it on PlayStation, PC, Stadia, and mobile now. Check out more on the official website.

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