Terraria Update is a big surprise for the community

Terraria has just received a surprise update adding a whole host of new content, despite claims that updates to the popular sim would end in 2020.

The Labor of Love update brings upside down worlds, a melee overhaul, the ability to transform into a wolf, and many new items, among other cool additions to the game.

“This update is a love letter to all of our fans,” read the official patch notes. “Labor of Love contains many suggestions from fans, but also touches on many small things that we think everyone can relate to and enjoy. As is tradition, we have left some surprises for you to discover for yourself. To top it off, we were able to share this with everyone at the same time… for the first time, Terrarists around the world can celebrate a brand new update together!”

Terraria’s Labor of Love update was released on September 28th and brings a major update to the game. Most notably, a new world seed brings inverted worlds into play.

“Don’t Dig Up, an idea first discussed during the launch of Journey’s End, turns the world of Terraria upside down – literally!” the patch notes give it away. “The player begins their adventure in the depths of the underworld, complete with all new flora to provide resources early on.”

However, ascension in The Up changes things as threats increase exponentially until players reach the surface – a horrific and inhospitable place that will test even the most seasoned Terrarist.

Other additions include a new line of Town Slimes, easily identifiable by “their penchant for dressing up and fitting into Terrarium society.”

“This cast of characters is packed with personality, and players brave and smart enough to track them down during their adventures will have a chance to have all eight Town Slimes move into their towns/bases,” they explained.

There are also several new block types, as well as a range of “useful items” including an improved clentaminator, a teleportation device called Shellhpone, new building tools, and Lilith’s necklace – an item that allows players to transform into a wolf.

The update also brings with it a slew of overhauls and quality-of-life features, which can be found in full in the patch notes.

IGN’s Terraria review gave it a 9/10, saying, “While it looks on the surface like another Me Too indie game trying to ride the coattails of Minecraft’s success, Terraria expands on the well-known sandbox Gameplay with a greater emphasis on combat and adventure that proves very satisfying.”

Would you like to read more about terrariums? Watch Terraria’s Don’t Starve crossover and find out why getting Terraria on Google Stadia was difficult.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. you can follow him Twitter.

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