We have to be fair and admit that most gamers nowadays want high graphics for the titles they’re playing. But games that demand a high-end configuration aren’t necessarily better than those that can run on low-end PCs. And one solid proof for this is the good old Terraria game.
Terraria is a 9 years-old sandbox and survival game, as it was released by Re-Logic in the same year as Minecraft was: 2011. The two titles are both from the same genres of games. While Minecraft doesn’t need any kind of presentation, Terraria has been sold worldwide in about 12 million copies for its interactive gameplay, and it now brings even more improvements.
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You can choose to install the 126.96.36.199.9 update for Terraria from APKMirror, and we highly recommend you to do it! The update brings a series of critical fixes for the survival game.
If you’re still hesitant of trying out Terraria, then maybe the official description from Steam will convince you:
“Dig, Fight, Explore, Build: The very world is at your fingertips as you fight for survival, fortune, and glory. Will you delve deep into cavernous expanses in search of treasure and raw materials with which to craft ever-evolving gear, machinery, and aesthetics? Perhaps you will choose instead to seek out ever-greater foes to test your mettle in combat? Maybe you will decide to construct your own city to house the host of mysterious allies you may encounter along your travels?
In the World of Terraria, the choice is yours!”
In order to enjoy Terraria on your PC, the system requirements you have to meet are very modest. The game even works on Windows XP or Vista, and it requires only 200MB of available space on the hard drive. As for the processor, a 2.0 GHz would be enough, and the demanded video card only needs 200 MB capable of Shader Model 2.0+. There’s also a DirectX®: 9.0c needed.
Cameron Marner has been playing video games since the original NES. Cameron attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Cameron has previously contributed to Game Informer, Revolution Portal and Xbox Today. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Cameron also enjoys racing drones.