Terraria's final update, 1.4 or Journey's End, will come to console at some point. The exact release date isn't known, but here are some details about Terraria's updates on console (and mobile) so far. \n \nBoth the mobile and console versions of Terraria are still far behind version 1.4. To put it into perspective, the Console version received the 1.3.5 update in April, just a month before 1.4 released on PC. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=H77Zfzy4LWw \n \nPorting the PC update to console and mobile versions is a difficult process. The console version of Terraria is developed by Pipeworks - they port the PC code into Unity so the game can run on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. \n \nIt's likely that the console version will release in at least a year's time, probably longer. 1.3.5 was released for PC way back in 2017 - that's three years before it arrived on the consoles. As it stands, 1.4 is one of the largest updates Terraria has ever received - it will take a lot of work to port over from PC to console. \n \nHowever, the console version of Terraria does receive small updates and hotfixes pretty regularly. Individual elements of 1.4 may arrive bit by bit, the way that Wiring updates and the Desert updates from 1.3.5 were added independently in April and May of this year. \n \nFor the time being, it's best to sit tight and wait. No details will be released about the upcoming release date for Terraria 1.4 on consoles for a while - it could be a couple of years, probably on next-gen consoles, before the console version receives the Journey's End update. \n \nWhat about mobile? Well, the mobile version is developed by DR2 and is also quite far behind in terms of updates. The mobile version is still in 126.96.36.199.9 with the latest hotfix update in late April of this year. \n \nSeeing as the mobile version hasn't reached 1.3.5 yet, it's likely some time before the full 1.4 Journey's End is ported to mobile. It should also be noted that the jump from pre-1.3 and 1.3 on mobile was between August 2017 and August 2019. It really does take that long to port Terraria! \n \nWith thousands of items, a brand new Journey Mode, and much more in Journey's End 1.4, it's quite a mammoth task to port the update to console and mobile. You'll have to wait and see for when more information is released for these platforms.