My Time at Sandrock Pushed to November

Pathea Games announced a delay for the full release of crafting life-sim RPG My Time at Sandrock. Previously planned to launch in September, the game will now release for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch on November 2, 2023. A PlayStation 4 version is also planned for a later date.

My Time at Sandrock is a sequel to My Time at Portia and has been in Early Access on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store since 2022. Players take on the role of a fledgling builder in the frontier town of Sandrock, a rugged town on the brink of collapsing, building and customising their workshop and using it to craft items to help the townsfolk. It features real-time combat as players explore the deserts around Sandrock and venture into ruins to find relics and resources. A mutliplayer mode is planned to release first on PC, and will be added to the console versions as a free update.


Alex Fuller

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