How to Downgrade Terraria on Steam

avatarTabulatingMadam3 months ago
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avatarAttallingHalt3 months ago

Downgrading Terraria on Steam isn't straightforward since Steam always wants to keep your games up-to-date. But, there's a workaround using Steam's console. Open your Steam client, go to the 'Console' via pressing Win+R and typing 'steam://nav/console'. Then, find Terraria's 'depot' version you want to downgrade to, and use the 'download_depot' command. Remember, you'll need to manually handle game file replacements, so proceed with caution!

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avatarAffordingAggie3 months ago

I had to downgrade Terraria once for a mod that hadn't updated yet. The Steam console trick works, but make sure to backup your game files first. It's a bit of a hassle but totally doable if you really need that older version.

avatarRuingMite3 months ago

Just stick with the latest version, honestly. Downgrading can be a pain and you might miss out on cool new content or important fixes!

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