Sandbox adventure game Terraria is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this year, publisher 505 Games announced on the game's forums today.
According the post, Terraria on PS4 will be cross-save and cross-play compatible with PlayStation Vita. The new console version will also include all content from the game's 1.2 update — which includes new recipes and items as well as a number of improvements and fixes — as well as some unspecified "brand new functionality."
The PS4 version will be shown at E3 in Los Angeles next week, according to 505.
Terraria was initially released for PC in 2011 and launched through PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade last May, for iOS in August with for Android in September. The PS Vita version was released in December.
Check out Polygon's review for more details on Terraria.
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