2D sandbox game Terraria is making the leap to next-gen consoles later this year with "some brand new functionality".

It's not clear what this entails exactly, but publisher 505 Games' announcement on Terraria's official forums noted that more details will be revealed at E3 next week.

What we do know is that the PS4 version will support Cross-Play and Cross-Save to the Vita version.

Terraria originally launched on PC in 2011, but it came to Xbox 360, PS3, Vita, iOS and Android last year. It dug its crafty claws into our Chris Donlan who praised it enormously in his Terraria review. "Terraria will seem like a bewildering - occasionally terrifying - strain of chore. Put in the effort, though, and it eventually reveals its true nature. This isn't a game or even a toy. At heart, it's a vocation," the wrote upon its Xbox 360 release.


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