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Hey Portians! We want to share some more information with you about what’s in our next update, landing in next week!

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Hey Portians!

We want to share some more information with you about what’s in our next update, landing in next week!

Portia Museum

In this story update, you’ll receive a new mission to help build the museum. Once complete, the museum will be used to display all of the relics found in Portia, along with the names of the people who donated them. And, yes, you will get paid for donating relics to the museum! The museum will have themed exhibitions and if you donate relevant relics in time, you will be rewarded.

There will also be a noticeboard inside the museum, where people can exchange their relic pieces. Bring your duplicate pieces here to swap for pieces you need!

All the relics displayed in the museum are different, and there is only one spot for each relic, which means the name of the donator is determined by who donated faster. Will it be you, or Higgins?



Animals

This update will add livestock to your game! Which means you’ll be able to keep chickens, ducks, cows and sheep. You’ll need to feed them to keep them happy and they will produce resources like milk and eggs, for example. Ensure that they are well fed, and you’ll be able to breed them! You’ll also be able to feed other creatures in Portia, but we’ll let you discover this for yourselves!

Relationships

We’re making some changes to the relationship side of things in My Time At Portia. We’re adding more interaction bubbles in this patch, and you won’t need to be on a date! You will be able to go up to your spouse on the street, and give them a hug and a kiss.

We’re also planning to add in reactions from other passers-by. So when you show affection to your spouse, they might roll their eyes or hide their face from embarrassment and run away!

What would you like to see?


That’s all for now. Stay tuned for more info!

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