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Terraria makes modding even easier with Steam Workshop support

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Need to spice up your Terraria a little? It's now easier than ever, if you have it on Steam that is, as Steam Workshop support is now hooked up with the latest upgrade. This was planned for some time now but we didn't exactly know when they would do it, and then just like that on March 29 it was all put live.

"That's right - at long last, we are able to provide an easy-to-use system and location for Terrarians everywhere to showcase their creative energies in all new ways. Starting today, everyone will be able to create, upload, share, download, and play a variety of types of game modifications within the vanilla Terraria game. Let's break down the new toys at your disposal!"

This is on top of already having the excellent tModLoader around for some time, along with it also available on Steam to mod Terraria even deeper. Steam Workshop though makes things much faster and simpler and so opens it up to a whole new audience. Now you can easily dive into the likes of Putt-rarria, and go play some golf on a thoroughly well-designed map that's a lot of fun.

Pictured - Putt-rarria

To help players sort through what will no doubt becomes a huge resource, Re-Logic will be adding their own Developer Choice picks to show off what they feel are the absolutely best. You can already see a few of those here. There's already well over a thousand Steam Workshop items so it's growing quickly!

You can buy Terraria from Humble Store, GOG, Steam and Stadia too.

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