Terraria mods are made to make the game even bigger! In this article we list 10 of them, which will make you have even more reasons to play this sandbox. Weapons, quests and new Bosses will be added to your adventure! See below!
1. New game modesOfficial Calamity Mod Trailer (Version 1.4.2, edited by Leviathan)
The mod in question adds tons of new content to the game. There are more than 20 new Bosses, more than a hundred new common enemies. There are new items to collect and craft, giving the game an even longer life.
Another cool thing the mod adds is new game modes. You can make gameplay difficult by allowing Bosses to kill you in one hit. Do you find it tense? So how about starting the game with super special abilities?
2. ThoriumTerraria 1.3 Expert Thorium Part 1 | Thorium Bars & New Items! | 1.3 Let's Play
Thorium is the name given by the creator to the mod. But no, it has nothing to do with Thor! What's new are two new classes: Bard and Healer. Both are ideal for cooperative play, as well as giving the game a more RPG feel.
There are more Bosses, events, and even biomes in the game, which, added to the above mod, makes Terraria gigantic in terms of things to do.
3. Full RPG
If Thorium hasn't added enough RPG elements for you, no problem! This one makes the adventure in Terraria a perfect role playing. It is an indispensable mod for those who don't like very "free" games.
There are a lot of new quests and that sense of direction, that you have a beginning, middle and an end to go. All with new classes and even races to choose from and meet.
4. AntiarisTerraria ANTIARIS! AWESOME NEW GAMEPLAY MOD for Terraria! | New Weapons, Bosses & NPCs! | PC Mod
Antiaris is a near-legendary mod among experienced Terraria players. It makes the game much bigger, adding 418 items, 24 mobs, city NPCs, Bosses, structures, soundtracks and the possibility to continue the game after the last mission.
It already starts by modifying the beginning of the game. When you build a world, you find a house in ruins, with an NPC inside it. This avatar will give you a guide to new quests and provide you with items for free, which are inside the structure.
5. Terraria OverhaulTerraria Overhaul 2.0 Release Trailer - Seasons and much more
Terraria Overhaul is not a mod that adds new features. It will basically modify what already exists in the game. More specifically, it makes gameplay more responsive and intuitive by improving battle and movement mechanics.
Nothing new, but it's still valid for making the experience more fun and simple.
6. Crafting made easy
Crafting is one of the fundamental aspects of the Terraria experience. Without it, most of the gameplay doesn't make sense. But let's face it, it's not very complete. This mod aims to circumvent limitations of this experience.
By installing it, you can literally create whatever you want, wherever you want. Almost like Minecraft in that sense...
7. Recipe organizer
A complement to the previous mod. This modification will make crafting items even more spectacular. You will have a recipe organizer at your disposal. It lets you see everything you can build and will tell you which items to use.
But do you know which is better? With this mod you will know which creatures drop the items you need. Basically, it's like a Wikipedia of crafting inside Terraria.
8. List of Bosses
Simple mod and without much mystery: basically it's having a list with all the Bosses in the game. You can check each one you've already defeated. It makes it easy to have control over your evolution in gameplay.
9. Summon de Bosses
Can't find a Boss and now you're having trouble continuing the game? Not anymore! This mod adds NPCs who sell items to summon a boss. Or even several Bosses at the same time.
Find out what all the official Terraria Bosses are
10. Insane Swords
Those who like RPGs and a more medieval feel can't help but use swords, at least once in a while. But if you want "differentiated" swords, this mod solves your problem.
There are dozens of new swords in the game. We highlight a giant sword that literally blows up enemies as it throws grenades at them. Something that can really make your fights against Bosses a lot easier...
How to install the mods?
Installing Terraria mods will depend on which mod you download. The important thing is that you read VERY carefully the instructions for each file, which are available on the pages where you will download.
Make sure you have backed up your original files, especially the save game. Unfortunately, in some cases you may lose your data when making this type of modification.
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