Terraria developer Re-Logic already put out what was billed as the last big update for the game earlier this year, but it turns out that wasn't quite the end of the story. Today sees the release of the 1.4.1 update, which Re-Logic says is "expected to be the final content update for Terraria."
First released in 2011, Terraria will cap off close to a decade of updates with the release of the 1.4.1 patch. Cheekily referred to as "Journey's Actual End," the 1.4.1 patch will build upon the Journey's End update that was released earlier this year and will also see the release of the Journey's End soundtrack.
Re-Logic says the update will add "the final NPC, new achievements, lots of balance changes, bug fixes, [and] new vanity" to Terraria. It'll also, at long last, put credits "done Terraria style" into the game.
The short teaser trailer released yesterday for the 1.4.1 update seems to hint at the fulfillment of a popular fan request. It seems that the "TV Head," a fan-submitted design for a Terraria vanity item contest, may be making its way into the game after initially getting passed over. Either that, or those ominous color bars belong to something else...
Even with this marking the last of the content updates, it's not really the end for Terraria. With console versions like last year's Switch release still waiting on Journey's End content and continued support promised for Terraria's official mod loader on PC, there'll still be plenty of procedurally-generated fun for players to look forward to.