Terraria arrives on Xbox Live and PSN with brand new content – trailer

PC indie hit now available on Xbox 360 and PS3

Matt Cundy

In the aria

After almost two years of PC exclusivity – and some 2 million+ sales later – indie hit Terraria has finally arrived on consoles. It appeared on the US PlayStation Network yesterday, priced $14.99, and lands worldwide on Xbox Live today, Wednesday 27 March, priced 1200MSP (£10.28/€14.40/$15). A European PSN release is still TBC.

The charming 16-bit styled mega-explorer-RPG-adventure-sandbox-resource-gatherer comes with a whole bunch of new console exclusive content, like new enemies, new weapons, new pets, and a very welcome tutorial mode. Here’s a trailer showing off the new stuff:

Yup – another very welcome indie addition to XBL and PSN.

Fancy something completely different? Try one of our original features, like ‘Why PS3 and Xbox 720 will need more games with shooting in them‘ or ‘Assassin’s Creed 4: Important pirate facts Ubisoft should know about‘.

Comments are closed.