Terraria Releases on Google Stadia with Journey’s End Content

Despite being canceled for Stadia just two months ago, Terraria is out now on Google's cloud gaming service.

Terraria has slowly but surely expanded its sandbox since releasing almost 10 years ago. Not only has developer Re-Logic released tons of updates to make the game better in that time, but they have also released the game on almost every modern platform one could think of. Now, Terraria is out on Google Stadia. 

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Retailing for $9.99 — the same price as the Steam version of the game, but not the more expensive PS4 and Xbox versions — Terraria on Stadia comes with the base game, the extensive Journey’s End update, “and everything put out between versions 1.3.1 and 1.3.5.”

A press release accompanying the announcement provided more details on what content fans and potential fans can expect to encounter in the release, most of which have been recently added to the game. 

  • Master and Journey modes to challenge limits or tailor the gameplay experience

  • Quality of Life features (Block Swap, Void Vault, Boss Health Bars, Customizable UI, and more).

  • Atmospheric and weather effects play a greater role than ever

  • The Terraria Bestiary to track enemies, allies, and critters encountered

  • New foes, including brand new bosses and events

  • Additional biomes and mini-biomes to explore, both above and underground.

  • Graphic overhauls and more than 20 new music tracks

Earlier this year, developer Re-Logic said that the Stadia version of the game wouldn’t happen after the company’s Google accounts were suspended. Unhappy with Google support, the developer took to Twitter to say the bridge between the two had been “burned.” Obviously, the ashes have been magicked back together. 

We’ve loved Terraria on every platform we’ve played it on, including Nintendo Switch. It’s essential playing for any fan of sandbox adventure titles and digs the building of Minecraft mixed with the dungeon-delving of something like Stardew Valley. If you’re planning on picking Terraria up on Stadia and think you might need some help, consider checking out our catalog of guides

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