CEO and Lead Developer at Re-Logic, Andrew “Redigit” Spinks, talks about the future of Terraria after his departure from the studio and what the studio has planned to do with Terraria in terms of updates and plans for the sequel.
It's amazing how much extra content and support this game has gotten since it was released in 2011. It looks like a whole other game now.
Super support by devs, obviously there's no reason for a second any time soon.
Surprising that he has nothing to say about Otherworld.
im waiting for my wii u version
I'll be picking that version up too. I feel like it'll be the definitive version.
Is the Android mobile version the one they speak of? Might have to download if so..
Has received* not "gotten" - You'd think grammar would be a priority with someone publishing blog articles.
Absolutely love Terraria, one of my favorite games of all time. I bought it for PS3, 360, PS4, Vita, PC, and Android, both digitally and physical versions where available. The Vita version is my favorite, but the PS4 version is outstanding too (both offer easy zooming with touch controls, but the Vita version also offers great inventory management with the touch screen). Would love to see a sequel to the game, but I can understand why Andrew Spinks needs a break. He put an enormous amount of time and effort into the game, and it really evolved into something magical. I hope Wii U owners support the game when it comes out early next year, the gamepad should make it play really well on that platform.
This game is sweet!
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