My Time at Sandrock is now available on Steam and Epic Games Store ($24.99). Developer Pathea Games is planning on at least a year-long stint in Early Access, which includes some of the first act of the single player story.

My Time at Sandrock is the sequel to the best-selling sim-life game My Time at Portia. Sandrock, as you can probably guess, is located in a desert. It’s fallen on hard times and needs an ambitious farmer and craftsperson to rebuild and revitalize the region.

Complete jobs and side quests to earn commissions and advance through higher Builder ranks. Join the community and chat with dozens of NPCs. Explore the mines to recover materials and old-world technology. Learn design blueprints, battle monsters, craft furniture, and customize your home.

Combat includes a full action-RPG battle system with melee and third-person shooting.

“My Time at Sandrock brings lots of new features to the My Time series,” said Yang, the brand manager of Sandrock. “The customizable playability of My Time at Sandrock allows for players to enjoy different aspects of the game depending on their interests and gaming style.”

On Early Access, the developer states: “We’ll be implementing story quests for the NPCs, finishing the main questline, fleshing out the world, and generally polishing the game. We’ll also be improving art assets, adding more music, and perhaps most importantly: testing the multiplayer mode. If all goes well, we plan to have all of these things in good condition in the final version.”

My Time at Sandrock is now available on PC. It’s rated E10+ with Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes, and Simulated Gambling.

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