Re-Logic just launched Steam Workshop Support for Terraria on PC. The game also got some enhancements to its custom content support by adding the ability to create music packs and language packs. The developers say they have also squashed a few more pesky bugs. This comes after the release of the Terraria: Journey’s End update late last year.
Players can now share not just Terraria worlds they’ve created, but also resource packs. These include texture packs, as well as the new music packs, and language packs fans can now make. To celebrate this exciting update for content creation, two of Re-Logic’s artists have released a pair of sample texture packs. They are shown in the official screenshots below.
The Terraria Steam Workshop has a special curated section called “Developer’s Choice”, where the developers will hand-pick the best content they see to showcase it. This section is also where you can find the previously mentioned sample texture packs.
Players can also take their modding in Terraria Steam Workshop even further by using tModLoader to affect the core gameplay. However, the update page contains a very important note to be aware of. tModLoader is currently still running on Terraria v1.3.5, as it’s developers are working hard to get it running on Terraria v1.4.2.
A Comprehensive Guide
As modding is a challenging endeavor, Re-Logic’s own Leinfors has written a comprehensive guide for all Terrarians. It will always be linked at the top of all Terraria Steam Workshop pages for ease of access. The guide is meant to help both modders and players use the workshop successfully so they can spend more time having fun.
The developers also added in their Terraria Steam Workshop update post that all PC Terraria players can mod the game. You just won’t be able to use the Steam Workshop if you don’t have the game on that platform. They also included a short video showing a goofy music pack sample replacing this boss music with a silly track instead