Valve has made a huge commitment to Steam Deck compatibility ahead of next month’s release, but a large portion of the responsibility still rests with the game’s developers. Fortunately, Re-Logic is working hard to get Terraria: Journey’s End to run smoothly on mobile gaming PCs, while also revealing that “optimization is almost done” on the State of the Game blog Monthly.
There’s no word on when the update will be available for download, but it won’t be long until the game gets that shiny verified badge as the developer says it should be “available.” ready” on the Steam Deck release date in late February. Since it’s primarily intended to enhance the experience on the Steam Deck, there isn’t much available to players on other platforms other than some bug fixes – which is never a bad thing, but neither is it. There is nothing to complain about in terms of how stable the game is ready.
This will hopefully address the same itch as the PS Vita version, which has fallen out of favor since 2016 and is missing the Journey’s End update.
However, don’t worry if you can’t justify the cost of a new handset, as you can get a similar experience when pairing a compatible smartphone with a good iOS or Android controller. Best.
Terraria is currently 50% off during the Lunar New Year Sale on Steam, reducing the sandbox game to just $4.99 USB / 3.49 GBP per copy or 14.99 USD / 11.49 USD for four copy.
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The source: https://www.pcgamesn.com/steam-deck/terraria-optimised
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