Core Keeping is working with Terraria for an exciting crossover on September 26th!
Core Keeper is teaming up with Re-Logic’s Terraria for some exciting crossover event. Both Core Keeper and Terraria are open-world sandbox games with an emphasis on adventure and discovering new things. Core Keeper and Re-Logic have been in conversation on the potential for their respective games to collaborate in some capacity to jointly celebrate both games with their respective communities.
Starting from the 26th of September, players will be able to summon a creature called King Slime, who is recognized as one of Terraria’s (pre-hard mode) heavy-damage dealers. The massive royal blob does not appear out of nowhere – much like Omoroth, players have to call him into being before they can engage in combat with him. Fighting King Slime could be difficult, but can be worth it as it has been said that defeating King Slime will score players some pretty interesting loot.
Meanwhile, Terraria will be introducing the Caveling Pet, a helpful Caveling Farmer who will accompany the player’s character around while looking adorable and providing a little bit of emotional support everywhere they go. In Core Keepers, cavelings are often quite unfriendly animals, particularly against adventurers. Having said that, there have been isolated instances in the past when one or two Cavelings have shown sociability (like the Caveling Merchants). It is reasonable to conclude that Cavelings have the potential to be enjoyable companions under the appropriate circumstances, and it seems that players will have the opportunity to form friendships with Cavelings in Terraria. Using a unique artifact originally from Core Keeper, players in Terraria will have the ability to bring forth the unusually docile Caveling.
Core Keeper and Terraria were also excited to announce to fans of both titles that crossover will be a permanent feature. As such, players will have the freedom to either befriend a Caveling or call upon King Slime at any time they want.