Nuverse and Pathea Games have teamed up to announce that Project ME, an upcoming open-world RPG sim, will be opening up its testing phase for Android users from now until June 20th, giving early fans first dibs on the game’s vast open world. Set in the post-apocalyptic world of My Time at Portia and My Time at Sandrock, the game boasts deep management mechanics across a massive map along with a cosy atmosphere and plenty of multiplayer features.
In Project ME, players can look forward to staking their claim as the governor of a fresh settlement. They can craft their homes from scratch as well as take advantage of social co-op features such as visiting other settlements and helping one another build their towns.
“We are delighted to collaborate with Nuverse on this new project,” says Aaron Deng, Vice President of Pathea Games. “Our team is dedicated to expanding the ‘My Time’ IP as well as committed to sharing the joyful and memorable experiences of our existing titles with a broader audience. However, it is important to note that ‘Project ME’ has a new independent team outside of our “My Time at Sandrock” development team, ensuring that “My Time at Sandrock” progress towards the Sandrock launch remains unaffected.”
“In the last closed playtest held in Project ME’s official discord, we’ve built a positive community and ever-growing relationship with our players, and we saw a flood of in-game screenshot shares that gave us confidence our fans loved the aesthetics and landscape sceneries but also the town management feature, which is brand new,” says Keanu Ye, publishing director for Project ME.
If you’re keen on joining in, you can sign up for the closed playtest on the official website.
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