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Here’s The Latest Things You Can Do In My Time At Portia Coming Soon To Nintendo Switch

Award-winning international games label Team17 and China based independent developer Pathea Games have today launched a new update for their charming sandbox simulation RPG, My Time at Portia.

My Time at Portia is currently available in Steam Early Access and will be heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch later this year.

The newly released update 2 adds introduces lots of exciting new content including:

Livestock and Horse Riding!
You can now keep and look after your own animals, including sheep, chicken, ducks and cows! Look after them well and they’ll reward you with milk and eggs, and you’ll even be able to breed them!

What’s more, you can even ride horses! Head to MacDonald’s farm and you’ll be able to enjoy a horse ride alone or with that special someone.

Museum
Portia’s brand-new museum is nearly open for business! Starting with this update, there’s a new story mission to help build the museum. Once you’ve done that, you can then start adding your donations!

Any relics you’ve discovered can be donated here, to be displayed for future generations to enjoy, and you’ll even get paid for your trouble!

A New Dungeon
Head out to Portia’s new desert area and you’ll find lots of new gameplay to discover. There’s a brand new dungeon to explore, with enemies to fight and relics to be found, as well as several new crafting quests!

& More!
Pathea Games have been working hard to bring a whole host of other additions, fixes and improvements to the game as well as the features above.

My Time at Portia is currently available in Steam Early Access and will be heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch™ later this year.

Source: PR

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One comment

  1. I’ve really enjoyed this game. It’s like Harvest Moon, but with crafting and mining instead of gardening. There is also some combat, so maybe more like Rune Factory.

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