My Time At Sandrock is Buggy and Unfinished

A mess on consoles, a little better on high end PCs

Alex Rowe
5 min readNov 16, 2023

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My custom character stands dejectedly in a dirt field in My Time at Sandrock.
ROG Ally screenshot taken by the author. It looks okay on the handheld, but performance is not at all good.

A few weeks ago, I wrote a cozy game round-up where I looked at some of the most popular current games in the space. The one I was most intrigued by was My Time at Sandrock, the followup to 2019’s My Time at Portia. It blends traditional cozy game tasks like crafting and harvesting with some light combat…

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Alex Rowe

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