After an extra few months in development, the final Terraria patch is just about ready for primetime. Journey's End launches on May 16.
Re-Logic makes a surprise announcement for Terraria's Nintendo Switch release. The hit game is coming to Nintendo's latest platform on June 27.
Terraria: Journey's End is the final major content update for the game. The update was revealed at E3 and has over 800 new items for players to craft and find.
Re-Logic states that Terraria: Otherworld fell behind schedule and was still too far from their original vision of the game to continue development.
Terraria's largest update ever is now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One giving the console versions more parity with its PC counterpart.
Terraria by developer Re-Logic may miss its 2017 launch windows on Nintendo Switch, but expect it in the very near future according to latest patch notes.
Re-Logic and Engine Software are no longer working together on Terraria: Otherworld. Re-Logic has moved on with a new developer in Pipeworks Software.
A new trailer has been released showcasing the crossover between the hit titles Dungeon Defenders II and Terraria.
Re-Logic's 2D sandbox adventure, Terraria, has made it to nearly every platform out there except for Nintendo's, but it looks like that will be changing.
Terraria may be joining the list of indie games getting very late physical releases on the PlayStation Vita if a GameStop listing is to be believed.
Terraria: Otherworld, an open world collaboration between Re-Logic and Engine Software, has been announced for the PC and Mac.
Re-Logic and 505 Games have announced the launch of a free title update for Terraria for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
Brand Managers are paid to say awesome, convincing things about the products they endorse, so when 505 Games' Senior Brand Manager Richard Gittins says that "There really has never been a better time to pick up and
The 8-bit 2D building action adventure title, Terraria, from indie developer Re-Logic, has been given a release date of December 4th for PlayStation Vita and Windows Phone.
Terraria became a surprise indie hit on PC (and later, consoles) a few years back, and now with its sequel Terraria 2 well into planning and production, developer Re-Logic is looking to expand its outreach beyond PC
HandyMan Studios and Re-Logic have announced a partnership, to bring together the sandbox games Terraria and Edge of Space for an indie crossover event, which takes Terraria's Skeletron and cybernetically-enhances it to become the Omegatron.