New My Time At Portia Side Quests Arrive on PC

(And Some Bug Fixes, Too)

New My Time at Portia side quests have arrived in a content update on PC, adding even more content to a game that already has a ton of stuff for players to do.

Unfamiliar with My Time at Portia? Check out its PS4 launch trailer to get a feel for the game's vibe.

 
 

My Time At Portia is a Farming RPG, so that means it comes with a few conventions. You inherit some land from your pop and have to turn things around through sheer hard work. As you play, you'll meet a cast of weird villagers, complete quests, help rebuild the down, and even dive into dungeons to fight monsters! Essentially, this is the kind of game that you'll either play for two hours or two thousand hours — there is no middle ground.

This game has been out for a little over a year and has had several updates in that time. Now, another new update has arrived with some more playable content for gamers to enjoy!

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What Are the New My Time At Portia Side Quests?

Four new My Time At Portia side quests are making their debut in this brand-new update to the game's Steam version. Here are the quests as noted in the announcement:

  • Hulu Brothers side quest
  • Paulie side quest
  • Toby side quest
  • Alice side quest (after getting married)

That's not all that's coming in this update, mind. New content has been added for the Portia Times and Alice has had some adjustments to her behavior in the Flower Shop Sign quest.

As is typical, this patch also fixes a few bugs and other problems in the game. It's a tiny patch overall, but it's still nice to see a game like this giving players more to do over a year after its launch.

If this game seems like your kind of jam, you can buy My Time At Portia on sale at the Epic Games Store for $11.99 or your regional equivalent. Alternatively, you can pick it up at its full price of $29.99 on Steam.

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What do you think of the new My Time At Portia side quests update? What other new content do you think this game sorely needs? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!