The critically acclaimed indie game Terraria is getting a sequel.
It’s a sequel to the 2013 game that spawned the genre.
It’ll launch on May 12 for PC, Mac, Xbox One and PS4, and comes with a few new additions to the game’s combat system.
It also has some new features that will make it easier to play on new hardware.
Read moreRead: Terraria developer Mojang to release a new game with more “hardcore” elements after the game hits PC, PS4 and Xbox OneIn Terraria, you’re controlling a character in a dark dungeon filled with monsters and traps.
You can move freely around the world, but you must be careful when running from enemies.
If you run out of ammo, you can’t use it, and the world will reset.
The first version of the game was released for PC and Mac in late 2013.
The sequel, which has a few more updates, will be available for PC on May 10.
It has more “Hardcore” features like “jump over spikes” and “jump with all the force.”
The new update adds a “new” ability to the “Dash” ability, which can be used to dash across the floor, jump across ceilings, and shoot enemies.
There are also new elements that will help players better understand the mechanics.
“There’s new mechanics that make you want to play more,” Mojang said.
“The new game features a whole lot of new things that are going to make it even easier to get started.”
One of those features is a new ability to dash over spikes.
When you run into an enemy, you press and hold the “dash” button, which causes the game to stop and pause.
It will send you to the next floor, where you can run away.
You’ll then jump and jump over spikes to avoid the enemies.
The ability also allows you to jump between floors in a horizontal direction.
The game will automatically adjust its speed based on the speed of the enemy.
“If the enemy’s not moving, the game will slow down,” Mojangs explained.
“But if the enemy is moving, it’ll keep moving and slow down.”
When players want to run, they can hold down the “run” button.
When the game pauses and re-scales, it will show you the exact spot where you need to go to avoid an enemy.
It can also send you straight to a new floor, if it detects you’re not in a room that can hold a monster.
Players will also be able to run across walls.
This new feature will be added in a future update, Mojang added.
When playing with friends, Mojangs said, “you’ll be able use the dash button to dash around the room.
When running, you’ll get a notification that the game has stopped and paused, but when you press the dash, the whole room will be resized.”
You can also use the “shoot” button to shoot enemies with a variety of different projectiles.
These include arrows, spears, bolts and a “fire” ability.
This feature will also launch later this year.
You can move through the game using your “stick,” which is a rotating metal shaft.
Mojangs showed off a new way to play that lets you use it to control the direction you’re moving and even jump through the air.
Players can use the stick to rotate the “ground” of the world by pushing it up or down.
“You can run through a tunnel or a cave or through the ground to jump or run to a certain point,” Mojans explained.
The new feature makes for a better game, but there are still some elements that need to be refined.
Mojang says that the gameplay is “still very much in the beginning stages” but that players should “keep the experience fresh.”
You’ll also be playing the game in the same environment and the same time zone as the PC version.
MojANG said that the two games are “on different platforms,” but “you can also play Terraria in the ‘sandbox’ mode.”
Mojang has confirmed that this will be a “coming-soon” feature.
The sequel has been well received, with over 1.2 million players playing on PC, 1.1 million playing on Mac and 500,000 playing on Xbox One.
It sold over 6 million copies as of May 30, according to a GameTrailers report.
Mojange says it’s “looking to raise its profile” and is planning on making the sequel available on more platforms.