Re-Logic has announced updates for console and mobile versions of its 2D explore-and-craft adventure Terraria.
Players of iOS and Android versions of Terraria will now be able to play against one another in local online games supporting up to four players. Mobile versions also include updates such as the ability to drop inventory items into the game world.
Updates on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions have also been announced, offering more than a dozen new items and crafting recipes including new armor sets, light sources and building blocks as well as new monsters. Performance issues have also been fixed, detailed on the Terraria website.
Originally launched on PC in 2011, Terraria has gone on to sell three million copies for that platform, according to developer Re-Logic. Console and mobile versions were launched earlier this year, with a Windows Phone port expected in the coming weeks. A sequel is currently in development.
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