Terraria: The actual end of Journey may have already arrived, but that doesn’t mean the actual end of an action-adventure game. Following the title “Final Content Updates”, developer Re-Logic announced support for players to share their work with each other through the Steam Workshop.
“Support for the Steam Workshop on Texture Packs and Map Sharing is approaching!”, The studio announces in a forum post confirming the current state of the game. “Yes, we’re delaying all planned content updates, so we’re looking to raise the bar on how players can interact and share their work with each other!”
According to Re-Logic, there’s still a lot of work and “additional iterations” left before we’re ready to start supporting Terraria’s Steam workshop, so it looks like we’re ready for a while. not. The studio adds that once development goes a little further, we need to share more, of course, how tool support works.
However, one thing to note that the developers want to be very clear is the “Steam Workshop for Core Terraria Games”. Does not support Terraria mods“These will continue to be handled by the team running it within the tModLoader tool created by sandbox game fans. As of this year’s Journey’s End update, tModLoader will be available on Steam as a free DLC. This is useful if you want to keep all your Terraria content and tools in one place.
Apparently what was happening in Terraria was a lie. This is what we are currently working on: pic.twitter.com/Yv8jGuVRXt
— Whitney Spinks (@Cennxx) November 28, 2020
Nothing has been announced when support for the Terraria Steam Workshop will be released, but in the meantime, what will be supported by looking at existing maps and texture packs created by the community on the game forums? You can know if. When it arrives. In addition, the studio advises, “If you have a texture pack or map that you think would be a great addition to the first wave of submissions, now is the time to prepare!”