2D open-world sandbox crafter Terraria came out on PlayStation 4 on November 12th, and Xbox One on November 14th. According to 505 Games it’s triple the size that it was on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions have over 1,000 new items added to them. This includes 10 new ores, four new wood types, 31 new brick types, 12 new wing types, 29 new tinker combinations, 50 new paintings, eight new friendly NPCs, 15 new pets, over 100 new enemies, four new bosses, and more.
The PS4 version also has a pinch-to-zoom function tied to the touch pad on the DualShock 4. It also comes with Cross-Play between PS4, PS3, and PS Vita so that you can transfer saves between different PlayStation platforms, and enjoy cross-platform online multiplayer.
Terraria costs $19.99 on PS4 and Xbox One. And, for a limited time, the PS Vita version of the game has been bundled with your purchase of the PS4 version so you get it for free. This doesn’t work the other way round; i.e. you cannot get the PS4 version by buying the PS Vita version.