Terraria: Otherworld Gets a New Developer to Ensure Quality Standards Are Met

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.

on April 5, 2017 10:06 PM

Re-Logic, owner of the Terraria license and developer of the original Terraria, has announced that it will be changing the team who has since been working on the spin-off title, Terraria: Otherworld.

Developer Engine Software has until recently been working on the new Terraria title, but apparently the development has fallen behind schedule and Re-Logic is moving forward with a new developer for the project in Pipeworks Studio. Re-Logic says that this is a result of its commitment to creating a quality final product.

“Come whatever may, quality is simply not something we are willing to compromise on to make a quick buck.”

With the news, Re-Logic’s Head of Business Strategy Ted Murphy has stated that both Re-Logic and Pipeworks will be working closely together for the project’s future.

We will be working with Pipeworks to examine the entire game, from top to bottom, to see how it fits with our high expectations and core vision for this project.”

Terraria: Otherworld was first announced in 2015. It is expected to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and mobile devices. However, Re-Logic wants to make it clear that there will be a “quiet period” while the new development team gets acclimated.

In other Terrariathe original game has officially sold over 20 million copies since its release in 2011 news, .

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