Continue your adventure! Log in where you left off!
Have you ever wished you could continue your adventure exactly where you last logged out at instead of starting all the way back at your spawn?
Then this mod is for YOU!
Player Location Saving is a simple mod that saves player location on logout, and automatically teleports players to their saved location when logging back in.
Player Location Saving is compatible with all types of mods.
It works on both singleplayer and multiplayer worlds/servers.
Both the official tModLoader and the 64-bit version can be used.
The only thing this mod does is trigger a teleport for the player upon entering the world if they have a record of a previous location in their custom save data.
New characters will spawn at the default spawn location. Any character in a new world will spawn at the default spawn location.
I personally run a server with mods ranging from the very popular, large/overhaul mods to tiny, lesser-known mods and have experienced no conflicts with this mod.
Currently, the mod saves the player position data when the player chooses Save and Exit through the in-game menu.
A bit of background
I was surprised to learn that player location is reset each time you exit/enter a world. To me, this should never have been a "feature" of the base game.
Log out and get teleported back outside of the cave you are currently in the middle of spelunking?! No thanks!!
I am still rather new to this game and community, yet it wasn't hard to see that you guys are quite awesome so I wanted to share with you something I created.
* I am aware that the feature this mod provides is available through the Terraria Overhaul mod, but I was unable to find a mod that provides this functionality 1) as a standalone mod and 2) for both singleplayer and multiplayer worlds/servers.
Hope you enjoy. Feedback, suggestions and questions are all welcome!
Thank you for reading and trying out my first mod if you do.
Icon credit: BeepSheep
You can download this mod from the in-game Mod Browser, the Mirror, or Github