What is the upside down seed in Terraria? Don’t Dig Up mode explained

Terraria’s Labor of Love update has landed, bringing with it all sorts of fun new stuff to try. From new characters to new items and a plethora of tweaks, balances, and quality of life adjustments, there’s something for almost everyone in the new update, whether you’re a total novice or a die-hard adventurer.

Additions to the game include some new world seeds, the basic blueprints for new types of worlds. Previous World Seeds included “Drunk World”, “Not The Bees” and the hard hitting “For The Worthy”, but one of the new seeds has caught the attention of many fans. The so-called “Remix” seed turns the whole world upside down and makes for a challenging adventure – here’s what you need to know about it.

Access to Don’t Dig Up mode in Terraria

Creating an upside-down world in Terraria is easy, but understandably it requires you to start all over again, as is expected when creating a new world. You simply enter “don’t dig”, “don’t dig” or “don’t dig” as the seed ID.

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You don’t have to worry about upper and lower case as the IDs are not case sensitive. Also, you’ll have a lot more to take care of before long.

What is Don’t Dig Up mode in Terraria?

The Remix Seed – or “Don’t Dig Up” mode if you prefer – turns the whole world upside down and plunges you into the depths of the underworld surrounded by fire, lava and constant threats. Even the starting guide NPC is replaced with the tax collector just to prove how bad this world really is. Luckily, the game gives you some all-new plant species to whip you up in the early stages of the game, but it’s still a grueling experience. And that’s before you try to actually dig up.

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Yes, instead of digging to discover more of the world like in normal Terraria worlds, your intrepid traveler must dig to escape the abysses of the underworld and make their way to the surface. But it’s tough, and the surface of this world isn’t what you might expect – according to the developers, it’s “a truly horrible and inhospitable place that will test even the most seasoned terrarium keeper”. This means that the surface is either fully covered with The Crimson or The Corruption, depending on what is chosen during world generation. No matter which one you’re stuck with, that means a heck of a lot of time to fend off threats once you’ve made it to the top. So make sure you are well equipped when you get there.

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