Terraria no longer updating
With such a major patch — one that essentially replaced all the game's old code — bugs were expected, and developer Pipeworks Studio has just released a patch to deal with some of the more unpleasant ones.
Perhaps most urgently, Pipeworks said the bug that caused players' files to be overwritten when they joined a multiplayer game has been fixed.
The biggest changes that were made were to the multi-player concern the number of player synchronization calls required for multi-player; previously, there were a higher number of player synchronization calls, which would stress high player count servers.
They kind of want to just update the game and leave it in a good place. I’m just your typical consumer who has some opinions to share. I started out reviewing them with friends on old forums that now no longer exist.
When he isn't doing research for his weekly Magic: The Gathering column, he can be found enjoying the outdoors.
Terraria recently received its biggest update ever with the long-awaited patch 1.3.
While Terria is often compared to Minecraft, AKA, the 2D Minecraft, we should definitely give the game the respect it deserves.
Terraria will be going through its final major content update for the game, dubbed Journey’s End.