Terraria on PS Vita Going Free For PS Plus Subscribers, Starting Tomorrow

By   /   Jun 17, 2014

Re-Logic’s extremely popular sandbox indie title Terraria will be available for free for PS Plus subscribers on PS Vita, starting tomorrow.

The game was first released in 2011 for Windows and after that it made its way to PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, iOS and Android in following years.

Terraria is an open world 2D sandbox game, in which you explore, craft and build. The game gained a lot of popularity due to its exploration and adventure style of gameplay that was pretty much like Mojang’s Minecraft.

In the game, you will be coming across different types of enemies that will range from simple slimes to some zombies and region specific enemies. As you explore the world of Terraria, you will come across various NPCs that can be used for trade purposes.

The game received great reception from the critics and fans upon its release and the player count of the game is constantly on the rise.

The PS Vita version of Terraria is a great experience and the best part is, you can now try it out for free.

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