3DSDLCNew Nintendo 3DSSoftware updatesSwitchWii U

Final Terraria content updates coming to Wii U and 3DS, more New 3DS enhancements, NX version teased?

Terraria finally made its way to Nintendo platforms over the last year, launching on both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Now, 505 Games has revealed future update plans for both versions that’ll also be their last. However, there’s still stuff to look forward to here.

First off, there’s the “bad” news that after this so called “catch-up” update, the Wii U version will not receive any future updates due to its hardware limitations. This update is already live, having launched on September 2, 2016. So go update your games to take advantage of the following:

New NPC: Stylist

New Mechanics:

  • Wearable Accessories
  • Chest Naming
  • Infinite Wiring
  • Ability to change Hair Style in-game
  • Ability to change your default clothing at a dresser
  • Vanity Wings (dyable)
  • Dyeable accesories
  • Ability to place Switches and levers on a wall
  • Quick Stack
  • Restock
  • Wall Auto-Fill

Mechanics changes:

  • Reintroduce Re-Spawn timer
  • Reintroduce Coin Gun (loot – pirate invasion)
  • Overwrite console auto-dig code with PC auto-dig code

Balance changes

  • Reduce ore sparkles brightness
  • Don’t show enemies names when they are in darkness.
  • Only autoplace 1 torch per press
  • Heart crystal plays shatter sounds every hit, instead of when it breaks
  • Remember hits for tiles

Art changes

  • Update splash screen
  • Fix minion sacrificing code (bug: The Tempest Staff fails to summon Sharknado if another minion is already present.)

Additional new items:

  • Firefly in a Bottle
  • Lightning Bug in a Bottle
  • Mallard Duck Cage
  • Monarch Butterfly Jar
  • Purple Emperor Butterfly Jar
  • RedAdmiralButterflyJar
  • Ulysses Butterfly Jar
  • Sulphur Butterfly Jar
  • Tree Nymph Butterfly Jar
  • Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly Jar
  • Julia Butterfly Jar
  • Spectre Mask
  • Diamond Ring
  • Crimson Cloak
  • Mysterious Cape
  • Red Cape
  • Winter Cape
  • Bee Headgear
  • Bee Breastplate
  • Bee Greaves
  • Hornet Staff
  • Imp Staff
  • Queen Spider Staff
  • Spider Mask
  • Spider Breastplate
  • Spider Greaves
  • Slimy Saddle
  • Bee Wax
  • Sail
  • Honeyed Goggles
  • Optic Staff
  • Spider Staff
  • Pirate Staff
  • Slime Hook
  • Sticky Grenade
  • Molotov Cocktail
  • Spider Fang
  • Slime Gun
  • Seashell
  • Starfish
  • Weapon Rack
  • Fireworks Box
  • Firework Fountain
  • Music Box: Pumpkin Moon
  • Music Box: Alt Underground
  • Music Box: Frost Moon
  • Life Hair Dye
  • Mana Hair Dye
  • Depth Hair Dye
  • Money Hair Dye
  • Time Hair Dye
  • Team Hair Dye
  • Biome Hair Dye
  • Party Hair Dye
  • Rainbow Hair Dye
  • Speed Hair Dye
  • Hair Dye Remover
  • Ducky Wallpaper
  • Confetti Block
  • Confetti Wall
  • Confetti Block Black
  • Confetti Wall Black
  • Living Fire Block
  • Music Box: Underground Crimson

Now for the Nintendo 3DS version of the game. Based on community feedback, developer Code Glue is working on a lot of bug fixes to smooth out the experience for players. Additionally several “quality of life” improvements from Re-Logic and 505 Games are being worked on right now. Some of the fixes suggested by the community are:

  • Now to able to deactivate pets
  • Chain gun accuracy fixed
  • Ice Queen no longer blocks everything else from spawning
  • Items from Angler are fixed
  • Orb projectiles sped up
  • Acorns don’t just grow on grass
  • Flowers in pots grow to full maturity
  • Tempest staff bugs fixed

brukrSpecifically for New Nintendo 3DS owners, the update will introduce the option to start larger game worlds that are in line with the “small” game world type from the PC version. Players, however, won’t be able to invite other players using an original Nintendo 3DS model since those obviously cannot run the larger game worlds. This New Nintendo 3DS enhancement will be part of the general update coming to the Nintendo 3DS version sometime later in 2016.

Now, 505 Games also included a small tease for the future of the game on Nintendo platforms in general with this little nugget right here:

By the time the next update rolls out on PS4/Xbox One we’ll be very close to the launch of NX… But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Why mention this at all? Well, we’ll let you go crazy with speculation. Enjoy.

For more details, check out the original post in the official Terraria forums at the source link below.

Source (thanks to reader Axis1500 for sending this in!)

Leave a Reply