Xbox fans can now easily enjoy one of the best life sims around as My Time at Sandrock has officially arrived on Xbox Game Pass. And best of all — cross-platform multiplayer is coming with it!

PM Studios and Pathea Games have newly launched cross-platform multiplayer support between Xbox and PC players (Steam, Epic).

Co-op mode is separate from the story-driven single-player campaign. Up to four players can play together on a dedicated server, which saves progress regardless if the host is online or not.

Instead of a story, Multiplayer Mode progresses through Workshop Reputation. Players earn points through building, fighting, dating, mini-games, etc, which in turn unlocks more content. The difficulty scales with the number of players, so even solo players can enjoy this story-free mode.

Note that the recent Monster Whisper DLC is single-player only.

Check out the full FAQ for the multiplayer mode here.

My Time at Sandrock is also available on Switch and PlayStation. Multiplayer is “still being optimized” for those platforms, and should be ready to launch later this summer.

My Time at Sandrock is a 3D life sim, and sequel to My Time at Portia, with a Wild West theme. Players expand and rebuild the town, their home, and their farm, while upgrading their workshop and tools, exploring the open world, and building relationships with the 30+ residents.

It’s rated E10+.

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