|Console-Only Content: This information applies only to the Console version of Terraria.|
The Console version of Terraria is published by 505Games. The console version is a port of the Desktop version (developed by Re-Logic), ported by Pipeworks. This version contains 3 exclusive vanity sets not in the Desktop version.
Due to hardware requirement issues and memory constraints, Old-gen platforms (Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita and the Wii U) will not receive significant updates past the 220.127.116.11 Desktop equivalent (see Old-gen console version).
|Console||Date of Last Update||Current Version||Desktop Equivalent|
|January 25, 2018||1.0.933.1||18.104.22.168|
|Xbox One||February 5, 2018||1.0.933.1||22.214.171.124|
|Nintendo Switch||Not yet released, estimated 2018||TBA||126.96.36.199|
Console-exclusive content[edit | edit source]
Many items may also appear in the Mobile version and/or . version
Brief History[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Console Version history
- Released on PS4 as of December 12th, 2017, and on Xbox One as of February 5th, 2018.
- All content from the desktop version through 188.8.131.52
- Graphics will be aligned to the 1.3.4 update.
- Most console exclusive content has been removed or changed.
- June 4, 2015 on all console platforms
- All content from the desktop version through 1.2.3 (Does not give fishing, or any other entity that includes fishing).
- Added console exclusive Ocram Mask and Horned God set.
- April 17, 2014 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita
- November 2014 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
- All content from the desktop version through 184.108.40.206 (Except the Coin Gun and 10 extra inventory slots).
- Added console exclusive Sparkly Wings, Fabulous Outfit, George's Tuxedo, Ocram Trophy, and enemy banners.
Japanese Release[edit | edit source]
The game was released in the PlayStation network in Japan on May of 2013. To do a proper localization of the game in Japan the game was translated and curated by Spike Chunsoft. This company is the developer of the game series Danganronpa and Shiren the Wanderer so they decided to include costumes of characters from those games to create excitement in the Japanese public. The character Toro (the official mascot of Sony in Japan) appears in a number of Japanese video games.
Trivia about the Japanese release[edit | edit source]
- The game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc also features a small reference to Terraria in one of the game menus.
- Terraria has its own Japanese website with cool animations and music and used to have its own licensed Let's Play series.
- How Terraria became a Japanese success.
- Developer Spike Chunsoft added exclusive anime cross-over content with anime vanity sets.
- The Japanese Trailer can be seen here
- Costumes of: Toro (Sony's Japanese mascot), Monomi (from Danganronpa 2), Monokuma (from Danganronpa), and Shiren (from the Mystery Dungeon series). 
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Pipeworks's tweet about the Switch version not coming in 2017 https://twitter.com/pipeworks/status/935664619909152768
- Terraria for Switch will be at least version 1.3 https://forums.terraria.org/index.php?threads/terraria-coming-to-nintendo-switch-in-2017.55274/
- http://thevitalounge.net/2014/01/16/japanese-terraria-trailer-showcases-a-pair-of-exclusive-cameos/ Cameo appearances on the PSVita