My Time at Portia launches January 15 for PC, this spring for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch

New trailer released.

My Time at Portia

My Time at Portia will leave Steam Early Access and launch for PC on January 15 for $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99, publisher Team17 and developer Pathea Games announced.

A console version is also in development and is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch this spring. Distributor Sold Out will release the console version of My Time at Portia at retail simultaneously alongside its digital release.

Here is an overview of the game, via Team17:

Arriving in the enchanting town of Portia, you’ll be able to start a new life and set to work restoring your Pa’s neglected workshop to its former glory. Armed with your Pa’s workshop handbook and workbench, you must gather, mine and craft your way to being crowned the number one workshop in the whole of Portia!

Besides crafting and building there’s plenty more to do and discover in Portia including growing crops, raising animals, befriending the towns quirky inhabitants and uncovering the mysteries this charming post-apocalyptic land has forgotten.

Inspired by the likes of Animal Crossing, Harvest Moon, Dark Cloud 2, and the magic of Studio Ghibli, My Time at Portia whisks you away to a captivating world of wonder that you won’t forget. How will you spend your time at Portia?

Watch a new trailer below.

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