Re-Logic has just announced that its 2D sandbox adventure game, Terraria, has sold more than 20 million copies so far. The game was released in May 2011 and it took Re-Logic almost six years to hit that 20 million mark.
As Re-Logic stated:
“We wanted to take a few moments today to share and celebrate a pretty big milestone with all of you: as of the end of 2016, Terraria has surpassed the 20,000,000 copies sold mark! Since it’s launch in May 2011, our 2D sandbox adventure has come a long way – and we owe so much of that to the amazingly strong and loyal support of each member of our community.”
What’s also interesting is that the PC version of Terraria has been selling incredibly well. According to the team, Terraria has sold 8.5 million copies on the PC in the 18 months since the release of patch 1.3).
Terraria 1.3 features around 3,800 Items, 25 NPCs (26 if you count the Old Man), around 350 Enemies, 16 Bosses (plus 9 mini-bosses) and 27 Biomes (plus a number of “mini-biomes” such as Pyramids or Living Trees).