My Time At Sandrock Adds Cross-Platform Support

PM Studios and Pathea Games announce that My Time At Sandrock is now available with Xbox Game Pass. At the same time, a new update to the sandbox farming sim enables cross-platform multiplayer support between Windows and Xbox Series X|S players. This adds a dedicated co-op sandbox mode for up to four players, and includes dedicated server support to keep things going even if the host goes offline. PlayStation and Switch users are not forgotten, but adding support for those systems won't happed until later this summer. A new FAQ on Reddit has all the details and a new Cross-play Multiplayer Trailer celebrates this chance to make new friends. Here's more:
My Time at Sandrock is a wholesome sandbox life sim where exciting Wild West adventure meets the joy of building! Explore a landscape full of engaging characters, adventure and peril while you transform the town of Sandrock in any way you see fit and cherish the bonds you make along the way.

To help commemorate this occasion, Pathea and PM Studios have also launched new cross-platform multiplayer support for My Time At Sandrock. Starting today Xbox Series X|S and Windows PC players will be able to fight, build, farm, fish and terraform together in a dedicated co-op sandbox mode. This mode is separate to the single-player campaign and allows four players to play the game together in a special town instance located on a dedicated server which saves progress even after the host goes offline.