Whereas some gamers have been dissatisfied that the My Time at Sandrock multiplayer facet wasn’t prepared for launch this month, developer Panthea confirms that the chilliness Stardew Valley-style city-building sport will add on-line play for as much as 4 gamers “by the tip of this yr”.
The sequel to 2019’s My Time at Portia launched final week on Steam Early Entry, and going by Steam participant counts it has already been an incredible success. Nonetheless, some gamers could have been taken off-guard by the dearth of a multiplayer mode, which the developer beforehand confirmed was at all times the plan for the sequel.
In a brand new video, developer Panthea outlines its My Time at Sandrock multiplayer roadmap for 2022, and states that the plan is to launch it as an replace later this yr. The workforce goals to carry world exams for all gamers in late August/early September and in October, so it appears seemingly the sport’s on-line facet shall be added in November or December 2022 – with help for as much as 4 gamers.
The developer says that the multiplayer is ready in a “small, pre-Sandrock city working collectively to construct the strongest Commerce Guild in the whole Eufaula Desert”. There shall be quests, and as quickly as any participant takes a fee all gamers can contribute to it. There are fewer NPCs however it’s going to nonetheless be related to the single-player facet’s plot, so gamers might want to play each to get “the entire story”.
You’ll be able to try the total roadmap video under, together with a trailer for the multiplayer mode.
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