This massive content update is out now for Switch owners.
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Early in 2021, Terraria owners on non-Switch platforms received the massive Journey's End update. This update seems to have added over 1,000 new items to find and craft, new bosses, and final passes for balance, graphical quality, and mechanics. It was at that point that the developers considered the game to be called "complete."

Today, that Journey's End update was released for Nintendo Switch owners of Terraria. Alongside all of the content comes a bevy of additional Switch-specific features and improvements.

If you do not yet own Terraria, you can pick it up for the Switch for $19.99 (USD). It's also available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One for the same price. The PC and Stadia release is just $9.99. The iOS and Android versions are $4.99 each.

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Journey’s End expands Terraria’s already-impressive catalogue of thousands of items, dozens of NPCs, and hundreds of enemies with new content, features, and so much more:
  • Touch screen support
  • Tabletop mode for two players
  • New foes, including new bosses and surprising new events to seek out and confront
  • Quality of Life features (Block Swap, Void Vault, Boss Health Bars, Customizable UI, and more)
  • Atmospheric and weather effects play a greater role than ever (watch out for gusts of wind!)
  • A Bestiary to track enemies, allies, and critters encountered
  • Additional biomes and mini-biomes to explore, both above and underground
  • Golf, a new fun pastime for when you want to take a break from all the monster slaying
  • Town Pylons and NPC Happiness, an expansion on the town system that culminates with the ability to build a teleportation network to towns around the world
  • Graphical overhauls and UI improvements including a customizable split screen interface
  • New music tracks including an all new “Journey’s End” title theme, and the winning track from Terraria’s music contest by Xenon and DSniper