Terraria: Journey's End - the fourth and final major update for the indie sandbox game - will launch on PC May 16, developer Re-Logic announced today.
Alongside the announcement, studio founder Andrew Spinks tweeted out a screenshot of the Terraria's game creation window which shows Journey and a new Master mode added to the list of difficulty options.
So far there is no word on when we might see the update hit other platforms. Re-Logic have previously stated that Journey's End will come to consoles, mobile, and Switch, "but likely not at the exact same time."
Terraria: Journey's End will launch on PC May 16, 2020! pic.twitter.com/cf1nGrzrrk— Andrew Spinks (@Demilogic) April 13, 2020
Journey's End was first revealed during E3's PC Gaming Show in 2019. The update adds 800 new craftable items, enemy types, revamped biomes, new weather effect, an in-game bestiary, and, er, golf among other things.
It is also Terraria's final major update. But not the end for Terraria, says the studio in their announcement FAQ.
"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.
"For Re-Logic, this means that we will finally be tackling our second title. 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."