A recent change to Demilogic’s social media profiles suggests that Terraria 2 may be getting a sequel.
One of the year’s most eagerly awaited releases, Terraria arrived on May 16th, 2011. One day after the surprising 1.4.4 update was revealed, the game’s creator has hinted at a followup. In spite of the fact that Terraria was released over a decade ago, it still has a devoted fan base and is regularly updated to reflect new features and improvements. Many people, both gamers and non-gamers, are discussing a seemingly insignificant but actually quite significant update made by the game’s developer.
Two Terraria biomes are still devoid of bosses.
When Terraria creator Andrew Spinks uses his Twitter name “Demilogic,” an unknown place appears on his page. There is no longer a place for Demilogic’s location or other personal information to be displayed on his account. This sudden change on Twitter has led to rumours and theories, the most popular of which is that this is a teaser for the upcoming full sequel. Since the rumour of Terraria 2 began in 2013, but there have been no official releases in the last nine years, many people are surprised. Because of the internet tease, social media users are excited about the possibility of a sequel. Requests on Reddit and Twitter range from the logical, like “more transformation items,” to the absurd, like ‘girlfriends and marriage,’ to the biome, like “enjoyable but challenging bosses.’ Terraria’s fanbase’s artistic side is also inspiring new designs and visions as a result of the game’s many cosmetic items that players can craft and/or design themselves.
Fans of Terraria return time and time again because of the mod community.
According to many players, mods can improve Terraria in a variety of ways, ranging from small tweaks to complete biome reimaginings. With so many mods already out there, Terraria 2 may not be able to give the complete overhaul it deserves. Incorporating existing fan customizations into the storyline of the next sequel is something ReLogic is open to doing, though. Developers have shown their ability to push outside the box in terms of visual design and aural accompaniment through the game’s upgrades and mods. Terraria’s developers haven’t run out of ideas, despite the game’s recent 1.4.3 update adding more dangerous foes. The Terraria community, on the other hand, has joined together to show their joy and love for the game’s pioneering action-adventure sandbox design.