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Despite being nearly 10 years since the full release, Terraria appears to show absolutely no signs of slowing down with more milestones being hit and a tease of more content to come.

In a new announcement Re-Logic confirmed that Terraria has officially passed 35 million units sold with 17.2 million of those being on PC. Not only that, according to Steam Top 250 we can see that Terraria has officially become the number 1 game on Steam for user reviews which is an absolutely incredible feat as they've now beaten Portal 2 and The Witcher 3.

What's amazing is that this new milestone is less than a year since they hit 30 million sales, so the momentum around Terraria is not slowing down. More is to come including full Steam Workshop support and they're also looking into full cross-play across the different platforms. While the Journey's End update is out now Re-Logic say "the journey for Terraria is far from over!".

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On Steam alone, Terraria regularly sees over 30,000 people playing at any one time. So not only does it continue to sell and review well, it's still one of the most played games on Steam.

You can buy Terraria from Humble Store, GOG and Steam. Oh, it is also now available on Stadia too if that's your thing.

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Rooster Mar 22, 2021
I tried the GOG version about a month ago, didn't work. The current version works and to my surprise it can now be played with controller (last time I tried, the game could be played with controller, but it behaved like a mouse). So I will finally be able to sink my teeth into this. Worth noting for people like me who really disliked the M+K controls for this game.

Last edited by Rooster on 22 March 2021 at 4:47 pm UTC
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