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Re-Logic Announces Terraria: Journey's End at E3!

Discussion in 'PC - Re-Logic' started by Loki, May 29, 2019.

  1. Owen Healy

    Owen Healy Terrarian

    I don't know if someone has mentioned this yet, but during the journeys end trailer if you pause it at the right time you can find out the name of the spear used in the underground desert biome. In order to do this you have to go to chippygaming's journeys end trailer breakdown video and pause it at 5:22 (You can't do the regular trailer because it moves to fast) and after you do this you should be able to see the name Storm Spear above the item.
     
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  2. Shroomite

    Shroomite Skeletron Prime

    Is it bad that I'm most excited for celebration V2?
     
  3. ASG_102

    ASG_102 The Destroyer

    Not at all, it looks like a very powerful and fun weapon.
     
  4. GalaxyShard

    GalaxyShard Terrarian

    maybe thats how to celebrate getting 1.4 finally.

    mobile users can use the original celebration for 1.3 too
     
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  5. MantasX12

    MantasX12 Official Terrarian

    Time to get into terraria once again!
     
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  6. EnderdudeNEO

    EnderdudeNEO Terrarian

    Will there be a bigger update in the future?
     
  7. GalaxyShard

    GalaxyShard Terrarian

    No, only bug fixes and possibly very small updates.
     
  8. ASG_102

    ASG_102 The Destroyer

    Well they might decide to secretly make a 1.5 in about 4 years, you never know. :dryadwink:
     
  9. StarKiller_Games

    StarKiller_Games Terrarian

    So does anyone think there might be more acheivments becaus imma go get them if so.
     
  10. TeaDrinkingBrit

    TeaDrinkingBrit Terrarian

    Isn't it sad that terraria wont be getting more updates, but. Just maybe. If the update goes amazing. They might update it even more. Relogic I hope you dont dissapoint us. Make this update the greatest update to Terraria!
     
  11. Chrrsy

    Chrrsy Terrarian

    At the same time though, it's pretty exciting because this time because there's no new progression, so all of the items are going into enriching the game we have now.
     
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2019
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  12. Allyn07

    Allyn07 Terrarian

    I will cry if this is the "Really" End of terraria
     
  13. Chrrsy

    Chrrsy Terrarian

    I don't think the majority of 800 items can be only furniture and food at all
     
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  14. LordPolarVader

    LordPolarVader Steampunker

    YAYYY
     
  15. MaliDragon2006

    MaliDragon2006 Terrarian

    Terraria 1.3.6 has evolved to Terraria: Journey's End/Terraria 1.4!
     
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  16. LetsTryTheForums

    LetsTryTheForums Terrarian

    Evolved? More like Transformed.
    --- Double Post Merged, Jun 15, 2019, Original Post Date: Jun 15, 2019 ---
    Heh, looks like I got my wish.
     
  17. Terro

    Terro Terrarian

    Holy crap. Not another celebration. please.

    nice find! totally missed it

    on a seperate note, I'm a little scared about this update. minecraft used to be a fairly simple game, but microsoft overloaded it. It feels like terraria is in danger of befalling the same fate, becoming too complex and so many items, I'tll start to get overloaded, and loose it's qualities as a fairly simple game. I really don't know what is going to become of it? is this going to be the final major update? in that case, it'll probably be fine, but much more and I feel like it'll become the conglomeration that minecraft has become.
     
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  18. Quackinton

    Quackinton Skeletron

    Off topic question, will the 1.3 update for mobile support an iPhone 6s Plus? I’m just curious. Excited for Journey’s End and mobile 1.3!
     
  19. Tjdh504

    Tjdh504 Terrarian

    I’m excited for the update and love this game so I don’t wanna be negative or be posting in the wrong place, but does this mean anyone stuck with the “no character available for download” glitch where we’re unable to transfer previous worlds to a next gen console have to wait until the end of the year for a fix? Again I don’t wanna seem ungrateful or anything, just want some kind of idea when I’ll be able to enjoy my old world again.
     
  20. Yvori

    Yvori Terrarian

    The difference is that Terraria is a very progression-focused game, so any time something is added, it feels like it adds more possibilities, more neat loot to find, etc.
    With Minecraft, however, most of what they add is... Let's face it: Window dressing, and nothing more, with no useful purpose. A lot of the blocks they add don't even feel all that great for building with. Minecraft also has a more convoluted crafting system.

    But yes, this is set to be the last major update. And honestly, I think Terraria stopped being a "simple game" long ago. The core concept is simple, yes, but there's a lot you can do. Again compared to Minecraft, you have only a few things you can really DO in vanilla, and instead of adding more to do, they just add more... things, most of the time. One (Terraria updates) is very satisfying, as it gives you drive to re-explore the whole game from top to bottom. The other (Minecraft updates) is... Disappointing, and usually just makes me groan personally, and wonder how they'll manage to somehow make the game run even worse while completely rewriting internal code the 17th time to utterly break every mod in existence for seemingly zero benefit to the end users.

    *COUGH*
    Anyway, yes.
    I think with this update, Terraria will be in a wonderful spot: Enough real content to continue to be exciting time and time again, all the old clunky mechanics revisited at once to make everything feel fresh and modern without losing its charm, and devs who're really in-touch with the community still around to fix any bugs that come up, maybe even implementing small ideas here and there as time goes on.
     
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