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The Sims 4 Coming to PC and Mac in 2014

THE SIMS 4 Announced for 2014

Sul Sul! Maxis and Electronic Arts today announced that The Sims™ 4 is currently in development at The Sims Studio for release on PC and Mac in 2014. The Sims 4 celebrates the heart and soul of the Sims themselves, giving players a deeper connection with the most expressive, surprising and charming Sims ever in this single-player offline experience. The Sims 4 encourages players to personalize their world with new and intuitive tools while offering them the ability to effortlessly share their creativity with friends and fans.

The Sims franchise is fueled by the passion and creativity of its millions of fans around the world. Their continued devotion to the franchise ignites the fire of creativity of the team at The Sims Studio, driving them to continually improve and innovate on one of the world’s most popular simulation games that has sold more than 150 million copies worldwide.

As a thank you for the support of the more than 30 million fans that share and discuss stories about The Sims across global social networks, a special VIP briefing was held this morning where several of the world’s top fans were amongst the first to hear the news about The Sims 4. This select group was the first in the world to hear from the creative team for The Sims 4, and they will receive special access to the development team as the game progresses.

The Sims 4 is not yet rated by the ESRB. To stay up to date with the latest information please visit www.thesims.com/thesims4.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Thank yo9u Maxis/EA for listening and making this offline!!!!! Brilliant news!!! I was so scared about the announcement but now am thrilled!

  2. What? That’s it? A single measly screenshot that shows nothing more than some very badly rendered sims? No information on HOW they are going to improve the game? That’s pathetic. So much for all the hype. If the sims actually look like they do in the teaser image then I’m avoiding this game like the plague – it’s practically taken a step back in terms of graphics.


  3. WindWineKiwi8:

    What? That’s it? A single measly screenshot that shows nothing more than some very badly rendered sims? No information on HOW they are going to improve the game? That’s pathetic. So much for all the hype. If the sims actually look like they do in the teaser image then I’m avoiding this game like the plague – it’s practically taken a step back in terms of graphics.

    Wait, so if the graphics were more cartoony (they can’t just be realistic, that’d ruin the affect of The Sims), yet the gameplay was better – you’d avoid it?

    Give them time to say what they’ll be doing with TS4, E3 is only a month away.

  4. I’ll withhold my judgement for a little longer but my that so called ‘press release’ was little more than ‘Hey, yes, we’re making it” rather than providing any real information.

    As for graphics however, I do actually expect them to get better unfortunately, and I’ve never outright associated the Sims with cartoony. If they’re basically repackaging the Sims 3 and having ‘gameplay’ improvements then of course I’m avoiding it. Why dob out another £30 when you’ve basically got the same game just with new gameplay that could have been added via a cheaper expansion pack, or update (except, that wouldn’t be EA’s style)

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