- For the console version history, see Console Version History.
The Console version of Terraria is published by 505Games and developed by Engine Software. The console version is a port of the desktop version, which is developed by Re-Logic. This version contains exclusive content not available in the desktop version, including new enemies, achievements, music tracks and music boxes, armors, weapons, pets, and a new boss.
The console version is currently available on 6 different console systems.
||Date of Last Update
| PlayStation 3
|| Mar 26, 2013
| Xbox 360
|| Mar 27 2013
| PlayStation Vita
|| Dec 17 2013
| PlayStation 4
|| Nov 11 2014
| Xbox One
|| Nov 14 2014
|| Dec 10 2015 (download)
Mar 15 2016 (physical)
| WII U
|| Early 2016
- Not all of the features listed below may be on the Wii U versions of the game due to the lack of Ocram and other features.
Many items also appear in the Mobile version. The mobile version also includes items introduced in Console 1.2. The initial console release contained all desktop content through version 1.1 as well as the following console-exclusive content:
The 1.2 update was a free update released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita platforms on April 17, 2014. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions included this update in their November 2014 release. The update featured all content from the desktop version through 184.108.40.206 (Except the Coin Gun and 10 extra inventory slots) as well as some additional console exclusive content:
Also known as the 1.2.3/4 update, another free update was released to all console platforms on June 4, 2015, bringing the Console version to parity with desktop version 1.2.3. (Does not give fishing, or any other item/mob that includes fishing). It also added a Console-exclusive vanity set and the Ocram mask.
Despite being considered a console release, the 3DS version contains mobile-exclusive items such as the Heart Arrow. The Hero's clothes and Plumber's clothes are also their correct colors, as they would be in the PC version. The 3DS version also contains the Zapinator, an item which was previously dummied out of all other versions of the game.
Patch 1.0.1 was released on February 1st, which fixed certain bugs such as duplicates of Town NPCs moving in if they accidentally got displaced, made Duke Fishron fightable, and other bug fixes.
As of when this is being edited, a new update for Terraria on the 3DS is rumored to come out around the time period of May 20th to June 12th.