My Time at Sandrock developer Pathea Games has taken to Steam to share more information about the game's upcoming update, which will add new content and features. Things to look forward to include new side stories, a new dungeon that will require cleverness on your part, and gameplay tweaks, plus more.
Last month, Pathea shared details about the next major My Time at Sandrock update, which is due to arrive in late March or early April. Now, the developer is revealing more about what we can expect from that update, starting with side stories; as your Builder becomes more involved in Sandrock and its affairs, you'll also get to learn more about the town's inhabitants and their backstories.
A new dungeon is also on its way in this update. While Pathea says you won't require combat skills to get through it, the dungeon will test your powers of observation, so expect it to be filled with puzzles and traps you'll need to circumvent. The preview image for the dungeon shows a run-down, dilapidated facility, so that's the vibe you can look forward to.
Outside of new story and progression content, the next update is adding an auto-assemble station, which will allow you to create machines automatically. This, according to Pathea, should significantly increase your crafting efficiency. The new Mole Mine Order Station will also give you access to more ore, and you'll need to continue the Mole's sidequest to unlock this feature.
It looks like there's plenty to look forward to in the next My Time at Sandrock update. Pathea says the next preview will talk more about the game's marriage system, a basic version of which will be added in the upcoming update. Make sure to stay tuned to TechRaptor for more info about that.
In the meantime, you can pick up My Time at Sandrock right now via Steam Early Access, where it'll cost you $24.99. If you're just getting started in the game, be sure to take a look at our guides, which will help you with everything from romance to agriculture and more.