Sadly, official mode support is not going to happen with Terraria but tModLoader is well known, free and open source under the MIT license and has been going for some time now. This truly official endorsement is great to see and it will now be available as a free DLC on Steam along with the Terraria: Journey's End free expansion on May 16 (or shortly after).
the world of terraria is huge, with a wide range of biomes and a living terraria: creatures come to life line-up of inhabitants. you can even create your own. for example, if youve mined out your bedrock, you can use it to create a fully customizable home in which to house your terraria: creatures come to life denizens. youll instantly benefit from the food, water, and fiber that such a den can provide, and you can also choose to keep your citizens on the same level to create a master-level fortress and take on foes with your troops as you see fit.
achievements? youll get loads of those as you progress and as you progress, the more youll get. and of course, to call terraria a classic is a pretty big claim for a 2012 game. but what makes terraria truly special is how elegantly it blends the stark simplicity of platforming with a deeply customizable and engaging open-world survival experience. 2b1af7f3a8