My Time at Portia sequel My Time at Sandrock is out now for PC in Early Access

    Pathea Games announced that My Time at Sandrock, the sequel to My Time at Portia, is out now for PC via Windows, Steam, and Epic Games Store in Early Access. The new sequel builds on the elements of My Time at Portia while introduces the new setting of Sandrock.

    Read up on the full announcement and check out the reveal trailer:

    My Time at Sandrock, the second entry in the millions-plus selling My Time series from Pathea Games, lands on Windows PC via Steam Early Access and Epic Game Store today.

    Times are tough in Sandrock, a once glorious city-state now struggling for survival against the harsh economic and environmental realities of its desert-bound location. Board a train to Sandrock and step into the role of the town’s newest Builder, capable crafters with a knack for producing all types of public projects, and get to work kickstarting Sandrock’s return to form.

    Revitalize Sandrock and its surroundings by taking on work orders to create labor-saving machinery like elevator shafts, build communal buildings and attractions, and help neighbors with various tasks. Learn how to harvest delicious crops by transforming the blistering desert into a culinary hub. Befriend the citizens of Sandrock by engaging in leisurely conversations, tackling relationship-boosting sidequests, and improving community and friendship-related skills. Take a break from rebuilding Sandrock to craft furniture, decorate your workshop, and turn the Builder’s new house into a customized and stylish home.

    Engage in myriad activities to reassemble Sandrock, one day at a time. Dive into deep mines to uncover crafting materials and long-forgotten remnants of old-world technology. Learn designs from the blueprints and uncover the hidden secrets of complex structures, including recycling machines and water reservoirs crucial to desert survival. Wade through the ruins with caution, as hostile inhabitants await around every corner! Fight back with an overhauled action-RPG combat system featuring melee and third-person shooting mechanics, as well as an arsenal of weapons to master.

    Take on a variety of skill-building tasks tailored to different playstyles. Choose to complete jobs and tackle hundreds of sidequests to earn higher Builder ranks and advanced commissions, or stroll through the town to get to know locals, and maybe even discover a love interest. Chat with around 40 new NPCs, all waiting to share their story and spend time with Sandrock’s newest Builder. Impart wisdom to one another, exchange gifts, snap selfies, and build a bond over time to unlock various perks. Gather together for seasonal festivals, nighttime strolls, fun competitions, and more to create a true community in Sandrock.

    “My Time at Sandrock brings lots of new features to the My Time series,” said Yang, the brand manager of Sandrock. “The customizable playability of My Time at Sandrock allows for players to enjoy different aspects of the game depending on their interests and gaming style.”

    My Time at Sandrock is available on Windows PC via Steam Early Access and Epic Game Store today for $24.99 with English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Thai, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified and Traditional) language support. The Early Access version of Sandrock will receive regular content updates, including new NPC dialogue, voice-acting, an original multiplayer storyline, and more throughout development. The My Time at Sandrock OST is available now on Steam, with more songs to be added later.

    To learn more, visit the My Time at Sandrock website, join the official Discord server, and follow @MTaSandrock on Twitter, @mytimeat.sandrock on Instagram, and its official Facebook page.

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    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected]

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