Farming/building simulator My Time at Portia is currently in Early Access and will be heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch later this year. The game allows players to manage their very own crafting workshop, make friends and scavenge for loot. It has just received a major update, bringing with it a bunch of new content sure to bolster the charming sandbox experience.
Livestock and Horse Riding have both been added to the game, and players can head to MacDonald’s farm to enjoy a horse ride alone or with a special companion. If a raising livestock appeals to you, players can now keep and look after their own animals, including sheep, chicken, ducks and cow, and all of the produce associated with that livestock will also be up for grabs. In addtion, players can now run a farm which produces milk and eggs, and the ability to breed animals is also available. All of this offers up a new revenue stream for players to take advantage of, allowing them to expand their plans even further.
Portia’s brand-new museum is nearly open for business too. Starting with this update, there’s a new story mission to help build the museum, and once players have done that, they can then start adding donations. Relics can be traded in for money, and they’ll be displayed for everyone else in the town to see.
Finally, there’s a brand new dungeon to explore, with enemies to fight and relics to be found, as well as several new crafting quests. The dungeon is located in the desert, a new area which has been added to the game. Players can look forward to more in the future, as there are a host of other features planned to be added into the game, including fixes and improvements to help the game run better over time.
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