Good day, Terrarians! We’re pleased to announce that the next update on PlayStation and Xbox consoles is due for release on the morning of Friday August 26. We’ve been sat on approved patches for some of the versions for a couple of weeks now, but we wanted to line them all up to release on the same day to avoid the unintentionally-long date split seen in the previous update. As previously mentioned, this update’s main purpose is to close off a few irritating bugs and make some quality of life improvements. Some highlights: Various edge-case crash bugs fixed Stability in multiplayer games improved No more crashes when renaming chests; chests function correctly in network games Slimer achievement now unlocks Rebought items can be reforged Many fishing issues fixed New levers actuate correctly Spectre set bonus working correctly Dragon, Spectral and Titan armour now craftable with Titanium Tizona, Tonbogiri and Vulcan Repeater now craftable with Titanium Elf Archer no longer immune to cannonball fire Flairon, Sharknado glitches resolved No longer autobuy first item from a Merchant Items no longer auto-equip when you don’t expect it Please remember that this stability update is planned to be the last update on Xbox 360, PS3 and PS Vita. We regret that this will disappoint some of you, but it’s a necessary step to be able to unlock the full potential of console Terraria and not be held back by the older hardware. There will be a long wait for the next update on PS4 and Xbox One as we work hard on delivering the full 1.3 update early next year. Old gen players can look forward to attractive upgrade offers to join us in 1.3 on new gen – we look forward to seeing you there. In the meantime, old gen platforms will continue to be playable online and off, they just won’t receive new content or be able to cross play with current gen consoles. Nintendo players: we’ve not forgotten you! Expect an announcement on the next updates on Wii U and 3DS soon – today we’re only talking about PlayStation and Xbox, but rest assured there is good news coming imminently there. Not only will Wii U be fully caught up with the other console versions, but we’ll be confirming one of the most requested features is coming to 3DS. Thank you for your continued support, and we’ll be checking in on TCF to answer any questions.