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Upcoming Features
Note: This article is about future Desktop version updates. For past updates, see Version history, Console Version History, and Mobile Version History.

Upcoming features policy:

  • Any and all upcoming features must be sourced to a Re-Logic staff posting. Unsourced information, or information purportedly leaked from other sources, will be removed.
  • Future features and changes should remain confined to this page, and to articles dedicated solely to future items. They should not be added to articles on current features.
  • Graphics officially released by Re-Logic staff, or images cut from them, can be uploaded. Unreleased graphics purportedly leaked from other sources may be Re-Logic intellectual property, and/or may be unreliable, and will be deleted. Original player artwork depicting future items will also be deleted, unless it is solely for personal use in User: space.

Terraria 1.3.1[edit | edit source]

The Terraria 1.3.1 update will be focused around improvements and additions to the wiring system of Terraria. [forums 1] Players are encouraged to send in their ideas here.

Content[edit | edit source]

Images[edit | edit source]

Configurable logic gates.
Large gems now have new sprites, and one more has been added.
Confirmation for yellow wires, reaching the limits of the current design.
Snow no longer falls in front of tiles.
Conveyor Belts dumping a Guide into lava.
A special pressure plate that can be activated by projectiles.
A tester shows off the use of Large Gems in 1.3.1.
Traps facing up and down.
The wire bridge block is marked with a white square.
New crafting stations and piggy bank textures are displayed. A new skull campfire can also be seen.
New accessory (not shown) automatically placing actuators alongside blocks, plus new tool (shown) that can directly activate actuators without needing wire.
Another new screenshot which features the new gem switches and something related about moon phases.

Terraria Series[edit | edit source]

Following the release of the Terraria 1.3 update, lead developer Redigit has moved on to working on Terraria: Otherworld, though developers Yoraiz0r and Skiphs plan to continue updating Terraria into the future.[forums 8]

Redigit has also stated that he plans to later release Terraria 2, a seperate game from Terraria: Otherworld,[forums 9] although little information is known about the nature or content of this sequel.

References[edit | edit source]

Forum Posts[edit | edit source]

Tweets[edit | edit source]