My Time At Portia leaves Early Access today

A year later Pathea Games added new content and prepared a full release.

Highly regarded farming simulation and sandbox title My Time At Portia, by indie developers at Pathea Games, is leaving Steam’s Early Access today and being released in its full version for PC. So pack your things and get ready to honor your father and get his legendary workshop up and running one more time while you meet everybody in town.

My Time At Portia follows the success of games like Stardew Valley but with a much more modern look and a bigger world to explore. In this game players will take the role of a young man who takes the task of repairing his late father’s workshop by crafting everything needed with materials gathered by mining, farming and trading.

My Time At Portia

This game’s social features will also allow players to craft relationships with the townsfolk however they see fit, with countless amounts of possibilities and ways to approach each unique character in Portia, a post-apocalyptic land filled with surprises and an interesting story to uncover.

My Time At Portia begun its Early Access stage a full year ago, back in January 23rd 2018, and has gathered a great deal of very positive reviews on Steam, mainly praising its great deal of versatility rooted in its blend of genres: farming simulator, dungeon crawling, cooking, befriending, running errands, crafting, trading and much, much more.

So if you liked games like Stardew Vallew, Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon then My Time At Portia is a title you should definitely check out. The full version for the game is available as of today priced at £24.99 / $29.99 / €29.99 through Steam and the Epic Store with new content and brand new experiences to enjoy.

Associate Editor

Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.

Juan Manuel Fontan

Associate Editor Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.