EA Reveals Sneak Peek Of New 'The Sims' And We May Be Able To Play With Our Friends Soon
On 18 October, Electronic Arts (EA) announced that the next generation of The Sims franchise is in development
The Sims 4 base game has been officially made free-to-play for players worldwide starting 18 October. During the Behind The Streams Summit event, EA's Vice President Lyndsay Pearson revealed that the studio is now working on the next generation of The Sims, with the working title 'Project Rene', which may be The Sims 5.
The next installation of The Sims will have new creative tools that will offer more flexibility in the build and decoration elements of the game
However, we have no further information as to what extent the cross-platform gaming will be enabled. For those who prefer playing alone, fret not, as the multiplayer feature is optional.
It's worth noting that the game is still in its early development stage, so the final game may not be exactly as shown in the sneak peek given so far.
As of today, there is no specified date on the expected release of the game
"Now, this is just a small taste of what Project Rene and the team is working on, alongside The Sims 4 and mobile teams. Over the next couple of years, we'll continue sharing updates with all of you on Project Rene," Pearson stated in the announcement.
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