Incredible Milestone Reached For Terraria On Steam
Another record is broken by the independent smash hit Terraria on Steam, which currently has what may be the platform's most overwhelmingly favorable review rating.
Since it blended the inherent openness of a sandbox exploration game like Minecraft with the simplicity of a 2D platformer, Terraria, which was initially developed on a relatively modest budget for an open-world game, quickly became a huge hit.
Over the course of the following ten years or more, the game's creator, Re-Logic, consistently supported it with significant feature upgrades, significantly increasing its player base. The outcome of this method of content creation is now obvious, as Terraria has amassed an astounding 795,376 favorable reviews since 2011.
Despite the fact that the amount of material in Terraria makes it nearly difficult to complete without a guide, the game remains a favorite among players all over the world. In reality, it has received endgame-tier material far longer than Re-Logic anticipated, and a slew of new updates have been released even after its "last" batch of content was released.
Naturally, this also implies that Terraria has sold astonishingly well, which is also true. Early in 2021, Terraria sold 35 million copies, and it should go without saying that this number has continued to rise since then. It's difficult not to understand the appeal, too. Discovering new goods after hundreds of hours of play is not unheard of, and Terraria delivers about as much depth and richness as the player wants to interact with.
Even better, Terraria on PC includes a ton of modifications that improve the game even further. If they so want, players may download completely new battle systems, levels, advancement trees, and unique narratives. Given everything said above, it shouldn't come as a surprise that this simple, two-dimensional survival game has been so wildly popular over the past ten years.