Pathea Games’ My Time at Portia is the newest addition to the life-sim subgenre, with a focus on building. As with many construction projects, RPGamers may find it taking up more time than expected.
My Time at Portia
Restore your Pa’s neglected workshop to its former glory, grow crops, raise animals, befriend the towns quirky inhabitants, and uncover mysteries.
My Time at Portia’s mobile version has a release date. Players can explore the town of Portia with full touchscreen support and other quality-of-life improvements this August.
Developer Pathea Games is partnering with publisher Pixmain for a mobile version of My Time at Portia. The game will be available on iOS and Android this summer.
My Time at Portia is now available on consoles. The game is available digitally in North America and Europe, as well as at retail in Europe, with a North American retail release coming next month.
Team17 has announced the console release date for life sim RPG My Time at Portia. The game will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in just under a month.
The bustling town of Portia has romance in the air. My Time at Portia travels to consoles this spring with a trailer focusing on building romantic relationships.
Portia is now fully welcoming new residents on PC. Players will be tasked with running their own workshop and helping build up the town.
2019 already has plenty of titles to get excited for. The RPGamer staff picked out a selection of games they are most anticipating and are keen to hear what readers are looking forward to.
Team17 has announced the full PC release date of My Time at Portia. Players will be helping to build up the eponymous town very soon.
My Time at Portia is going full steam ahead, inching closer to a full release for PC and home consoles. Meanwhile, a new trailer showcases some of the sandbox game’s crafting options.
My Time at Portia’s calm and collected relaxation gameplay works doubly well at a bustling event like E3. We got to take a break from chaos to check out this upcoming simulation RPG, and once we were in, it quickly became hard to detach ourselves again.
My Time at Portia offered a different pace from the rest of the E3 show floor. Take a moment to relax and take in the island breeze with our impressions of the game’s early moments.
Sandbox simulation RPG My Time at Portia is now available on Early Access. The game is also coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch when it fully launches later this year.