Having been available on PC for nearly a decade, Terraria is about to receive its final update named Journey’s End. This is especially good news for fans of golf who don’t want to buy the PGA Tour 2K21, and here you’ll discover when the 1.4 final update is scheduled to come out.
Described as a “labor of love” that has been tirelessly worked on by the development team, the Journey’s End is a huge update for Terraria that provides tons of content including supposed new ways to play the game as well as over 1,000 new items.
Below you’ll discover the release time for the 1.4 update so you know when you can download the newest patch and begin experiencing everything new.
When is Terraria 1.4 coming out?
The release time for when the Terraria Journey’s End 1.4 update is coming out is 10:00 PDT on May 16th.
As for elsewhere, the Terraria Journey’s End release time is 13:00 EST and 18:00 BST.
All the times above mean you don’t have very long left to wait so brace yourself for everything new to enjoy that has been mentioned in a colossally big changelog.
Terraria Journey’s End changelog
The Terraria Journey’s End changelog encloses everything new coming in the 1.4 update.
And, for those who have been a fan since its launch, the developer’s final update is ridiculously big.
There’s a new Journey Mode as well as a Master Mode that will punish you for any mistakes (it’s just like Dark Souls!), and there’s also over 1,000 new items as well as more unique bosses to challenge.
All new atmospheric weather effects have also been added to make the world feel more alive than ever before, and “next-level player immersion” has also been added by way of performing daily activities you previously never could such as petting animals.
Dozens of new Biome backgrounds will also be found by wandering players, but perhaps the most notable aspect of the update is the inclusion of golf.
For those who don’t want to buy PGA Tour 2K21, Terraria will allow you to create your own golf courses to share with friends and challenge each other. Now that’s worth a quiet round of applause.
You can check out the full changelog by clicking here.