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My Time at Portia sequel launches in 2022, Kickstarter with $100k goal now live

My Time at Sandrock, the sequel to the RPG My Time at Portia, has been announced for Nintendo Switch and other gaming platforms. The title is set to release in 2022 (early access on Steam next year) and the developers have set up a Kickstarter page with a stretch goal of $100,000 to help make it a reality. Interestingly, according to their Kickstarter page, My Time at Sandrock was originally meant to be in the form of DLC for ‘Portia, but the team decided to make a fully-fledged sequel. This second game from Pathea Games promises to have better graphics, an improved combat system and an impressive, more immersive story.

When we started working on Sandrock, it was supposed to be a downloadable addition to My Time at Portia. But as we delved deeper into game production, we realized that in order to fully express the tale of Sandrock, we needed to start from scratch. We required better graphics, better optimization, more story, and more satisfying gameplay systems: basically, we needed better production values across the board. On top of that, we really wanted to include a form of multiplayer that would really meet expectations for our players, and My Time at Portia’s programming structure just didn’t support that.

From the Kickstarter page

You can pledge your support, learn more about the game and check out what’s coming over on the Kickstarter page here. At the time of writing, the amount pledged is constantly rising so we’re not too worried that it won’t make its goal in 28 days time!

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