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I thought maybe I could do a news thing here. I will put news on every once and a while. Everyone is welcome to read. Start a conversation with me if you would like to help with the news and I will put your news on here as well as mine. The news will include the desktop equivalent of each version, a certain feature a that is in or confirmed to come to Terraria, I will also put update spoilers in here if I find any.

Desktop Equivalents:
Desktop:​
Steam: 1.3.5.3​
Console:​
Xbox One: 1.3.4​
PS4: 1.3.4​
Nintendo Switch: 1.3.1​
Mobile:​
iOS: 1.3.0.7​
Windows Phone: 1.2.4.1​
Google Play: 1.3.0.7​
Amazon: 1.3.0.7​
3DS: 1.2​
Old-Gen Console:​
Xbox 360: 1.2.4.1​
PSVita: 1.2.4.1​
PS3: 1.2.4.1​
WiiU: 1.2.4.1​
Highlight Feature:
Sandstorms:
Event: Allows Underground Desert enemies to spawn on the surface. Also is the only time Sandstorm Elementals and Sand Sharks (and hallowed (Crystal Thrasher)/evil forms(Flesh Reavers (Crimson) Bine Biters (Corruption))) and Angry Tumblers can spawn. Can spawn in Hardmode or Pre-Hardmode. Sandstorm Elementals, Sand Sharks, Crystal Thrashers, Flesh Reavers and Bone Biters spawn only in Hardmode whereas Angry Tumblers spawn in both Pre-Hardmode and Hardmode.

New Spoilers:
None

Versions:
Console:​
Xbox One: 1.18​
PS4: 1.18​
Nintendo Switch: 1.0.895.9​
Mobile:​
iOS: 1.3.0.7.7​
Google Play: 1.3.0.7.7​
Amazon: 1.3.0.7.7​
Windows Phone: 1.2.4.3​
Old-Gen Console:​
Xbox 360: 1.09​
PS3: 1.09​
PSVita: 1.09​
WiiU: 1.09​
3DS: 1.05​


Desktop Equivalents:
Desktop:
Steam: 1.3.5.3
Console:
Xbox One: 1.3.4
PS4: 1.3.4
Nintendo Switch: 1.3.1
Mobile:
iOS: 1.3.0.7
Windows Phone: 1.2.4.1
Google Play: 1.3.0.7
Amazon: 1.3.0.7
3DS: 1.2
Old-Gen Console:
Xbox 360: 1.2.4.1
PSVita: 1.2.4.1
PS3: 1.2.4.1
WiiU: 1.2.4.1

Highlight Feature:
Nebula Armor
Nebula armor
Nebula armor equipped (female)
Sprite from Terraria Wiki
Statistics
TypeArmor • Mage Set
Defense46 (set)
Set BonusHurting enemies has a chance to spawn buff boosters,
pick boosters up to get stacking buffs
RarityRarity level: 10
SellNo value (set)
In total, Nebula armor pieces grant the following boosts:





Additionally, equipping the full set grants a chance that special booster items will appear when striking enemies with any projectile (which includes minions). Each booster grants a buff that lasts 8 seconds and causes a spark effect to float around the player. When a booster item is picked up while an identical buff is already in effect, it stacks with the previous buff, for up to 3 stacked boosts. Every 8 seconds, one stacked booster expires and the buff decreases by one level. Booster items float in the air and have a greater pickup range than most items.
In multiplayer, any player can pick up these booster items and benefit from their buffs, even if they are not wearing Nebula armor. Additionally, picking up a booster item will grant nearby players (within a 20-30 tile radius, approximately) one instance of the buff. If the player acquiring the booster is on a party, only other players within that party will obtain the buff; otherwise, unaffiliated players will spread the buff to all other nearby players upon obtaining a booster.
Item Name/SpriteBuff Name/SpriteBuffDescription
Damage BoosterDamage Booster
Damage Nebula
Damage Nebula
+15% damage for 8 seconds
Life BoosterLife Booster
Life Nebula
Life Nebula
Increased health regeneration by 5 per second for 8 seconds
Mana BoosterMana Booster
Mana Nebula
Mana Nebula
Increased mana regeneration (about 10 per second) for 8 seconds
The probability of an enemy yielding a booster is 33.33% chance (1/3).









There are certain enemies that will never yield a booster, these are: Bubble Shield, Tesla Turret, Martian Drone, and Ancient Doom.

New Spoilers:

Versions:
Console:
Xbox One: 1.18
PS4: 1.18
Nintendo Switch: 1.0.895.9
Mobile:
iOS: 1.3.0.7.7
Google Play: 1.3.0.7.7
Amazon: 1.3.0.7.7
Windows Phone: 1.2.4.3
Old-Gen Console:
Xbox 360: 1.09
PS3: 1.09
PSVita: 1.09
WiiU: 1.09
3DS: 1.05


Desktop Equivalents:
Desktop:
Steam: 1.3.5.3
Console:
Xbox One: 1.3.4
PS4: 1.3.4
Nintendo Switch: 1.3.1
Mobile:
iOS: 1.3.0.7
Windows Phone: 1.2.4.1
Google Play: 1.3.0.7
Amazon: 1.3.0.7
3DS: 1.2
Old-Gen Console:
Xbox 360: 1.2.4.1
PSVita: 1.2.4.1
PS3: 1.2.4.1
WiiU: 1.2.4.1

Highlight Feature:
Moon Lord's Lower Body: There are no stats yet for this upcoming boss.

New Spoilers:
Moon Lord's Lower Body:

Pets:

Versions:
Console:
Xbox One: 1.18
PS4: 1.18
Nintendo Switch: 1.0.895.9
Mobile:
iOS: 1.3.0.7.7
Google Play: 1.3.0.7.7
Amazon: 1.3.0.7.7
Windows Phone: 1.2.4.3
Old-Gen Console:
Xbox 360: 1.09
PS3: 1.09
PSVita: 1.09
WiiU: 1.09
3DS: 1.05


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Spazmatism7

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Sorry after a while I kind of forgot about this thread. Now since 1.4 is out, there is no point to keep it open. I am closing the thread
 
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