Terraria 1.3 has been out for a few months now, and we know how much you guys have told us that you dig the new tunes that came with that update. If that describes you, then we have great news - we are also releasing the full Terraria: Official Soundtrack on STEAM today! This will give you access to all 36 Terraria PC songs to-date - a must-have for Terraria fans.
Not only that, the Terraria 1.3 Soundtrack is now available at Bandcamp and will soon be available on iTunes!
TERRARIA: OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK
This is the complete and definitive collection of all of the music in PC Terraria to-date, and thus will be the definitive Terraria soundtrack! This is being made available on Steam starting today!
To check it out or make your purchase ($9.99 for 36 songs!), simply click the image below:
TERRARIA: 1.3 SOUNDTRACK
If you are interested in only the tracks from Terraria 1.3! That album is $5 for all 10 tracks, or you can each song individually for $1 apiece.
To check these out - or to purchase your copy of the soundtrack - simply click on one of the links below.
TERRARIA 1.3 SOUNDTRACK ON ITUNES (COMING VERY SOON)
505 Games has posted some information regarding Mobile Terraria.
So, we are hard at work on the Mobile 1.2.3-4 content update now that the promised fixes and initial rebalancing are in your hands - still planned for an October launch.
Along that road, we have news that will affect the small percentage of Terrarians that are still playing on older iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS devices). We wanted to take some time to share what's going on, why, and our plan here in advance so that you can have time to adjust/ask questions/etc.
There are some behind-the-scenes things for newer devices as well, so even if you aren't on an older device, it is important that you read on.
It’s been more than two years since Terraria launched on the App Store and during this time, we have continued to add new features and content to the game regularly. More new content = bigger worlds = larger save files.
Essentially then, it all comes down to cloud saving and file sizes. If you’re using an iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (with iOS 7 or lower), the supported cloud saving system will not work any longer once the new 1.2.3-4 update arrives. If we just push the update down, it will immediately break old cloud saves for all of those devices, meaning you would lose your world/characters and the ability to cloud save any further. We know how important those files are to Terraria players!
This creates a tough situation, leaving two paths forward each with their pros and cons. Unfortunately, this call has to be made for everyone and cannot be selected individually.
Do not release the new content to older devices
This keeps existing cloud saves and the ability to cloud save intact for those players
Of course, this means that these players will not get all of the new content
However, do note that as Terraria continues to update, the RAM requirements will rise as well (because Terraria has to fully load into RAM...
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