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This article is about future Terraria updates. For past updates, see Desktop version history, Console version history, Mobile version history, and 3DS version history.
See also: Terraria 2

Re-Logic staff members occasionally announce and/or hint at various details of Terraria updates that are still in development. This page lists those details.

Since the updates described here have not been released yet, and many of these details are only conjectured based on comments or screenshots provided by the staff, all items here may be subject to change, or may not end up in a future Terraria update at all.

Upcoming features policy
  • Any and all upcoming features must be sourced to a Re-Logic staff posting. Unsourced information, or information purportedly leaked from other sources, will be removed.
  • Future features and changes should remain confined to this page, and to articles dedicated solely to future items. They should not be added to articles on current features.
  • Graphics officially released by Re-Logic staff, or images cut from them, can be uploaded. Unreleased graphics purportedly leaked from other sources may be Re-Logic intellectual property, and/or may be unreliable, and will be deleted. Original player artwork depicting future items will also be deleted, unless it is solely for personal use in User: space.


1.4.5 will feature a crossover with the roguelike-Metroidvania game Dead Cells.[1][2] The update is intended to be "relatively small in scope"[3] and is planned to be released in 2023.[4]



With Journey's End being designed to be a conclusion to Terraria, no new major content updates are planned for the Desktop version Desktop version. However, Re-Logic has stated that they would like to implement cross-play[13], allowing Multiplayer between the Desktop version Desktop version, Console version Console version, and Mobile version Mobile version. This will require feature parity between all three versions to function properly, as Cenx has stated[14].