Late final yr, Terraria developer Re-Logic introduced that the open-world sandbox game can be getting Steam Workshop support, however declined to say when it will arrive. It seems, that day is in the present day – with its newest patch, the Steam model of Terraria natively helps the Steam Workshop, permitting gamers to share worlds, useful resource packs, and extra in a single handy place.

“That’s right – at long last, we are able to provide an easy-to-use system and location for Terrarians everywhere to showcase their creative energies in all new ways,” Re-Logic writes within the replace on Steam. And whereas it’s true the brand new Workshop support permits new methods to share sport modifications, there’s an vital proviso.

First although, let’s take a look at the stuff you may share immediately. Terraria’s Steam Workshop web page helps world uploads, so you may simply share your favorite (or most devious) maps you’ve found or constructed within the sport. You can even share useful resource packs, which embody new textures, music, or translations of the in-game textual content.

As Re-Logic made clear when it introduced the upcoming Steam Workshop support, for extra transformational Terraria mods, you’ll nonetheless want to make use of the separate tModLoader utility. Re-Logic factors out that tModLoader remains to be working on the earlier model of Terraria, however that the crew that maintains it’s busily updating it to work with the brand new 1.four model.

The update post contains an extensive guide to using Terraria’s Steam Workshop features, so head over there in the event you’d wish to get the complete rundown. Otherwise, you may head to the Workshop page itself and begin in search of cool stuff so as to add to your sport.