Terraria becomes the first indie hit to break 1M positive user reviews on Steam

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We liked Terraria so much we reviewed it twice: Once in 2011 (opens in new tab), when it was new, and then again in 2018 (opens in new tab), when we found that it was “still one of the best adventures out there.” In case that’s not sufficient testament to both its quality and its durability, Terraria has now pulled in over one million positive user reviews on Steam, becoming the first indie game to do so.

One of the big reasons for Terraria’s enduring popularity is no doubt the relentless support given to the game, and its players, by developer Re-Logic. Its ‘final’ update (opens in new tab) went live in May 2020, nine years after the original release of the game, but then another ‘actual final update’ (opens in new tab) came out in October, followed by still more updates in 2021. In 2022 there have been even more updates, the most recent less than a month ago (opens in new tab), and at this point I don’t think anyone is even pretending that any of these updates will be the end of it.



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