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Pathea Games has released a big Easter update for their early access simulation My Time in Portia. The update dubbed “livestock update’s” highlights are the following;

Livestock and Horse Riding
You can now keep and look after your own animals, including sheep, chicken, ducks and cows! Look after them well and they’ll reward you with milk and eggs, and you’ll be able to breed them. You can even ride horses. Head to MacDonald’s farm and you’ll be able to enjoy a horse ride alone or with that special someone.

Starting with this update, there’s a new story mission to help build the museum. Once you’ve done that, you can then start adding your donations.
Any relics you’ve discovered can be donated here, to be displayed for future generations to enjoy, and you’ll even get paid for your trouble.

A New Dungeon 
Head out to Portia’s new desert area and you’ll find lots of new gameplay to discover. There’s a brand new dungeon to explore, with enemies to fight and relics to be found, as well as several new crafting quests.

The full changelog can be viewed here.

My Time At Portia is an adventure inspired by Animal Crossing, Dark Cloud 2, Harvest Moon, and the works of Miyazaki. The game is currently under Steam’s Early Access program and is slated to be released in late 2018.

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