The Sims 5 might arrive sooner than expected, so start practising your Simlish. Maxis released The Sims 4 eight years ago, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t working on the next game.
Since 2000, The Sims has been a PC (and console) fixture, although the distance between games has grown. It took five years between The Sims 3 and The Sims 4. The Sims 5 is long delayed, but not for long.
Maxis developing Sims 5?
In the news that The Sims 4 is becoming free-to-play, there was a discussion of the franchise’s future at Behind The Sims Summit. We won’t expect The Sims to rival God of War Ragnarok on October 18, but we’ll be watching.
Jeff Grubb said The Sims 5 might be unveiled shortly on Game Mess Mornings. Grubb explained Maxis’s secret plans: “Sims 5 is next. The announcement is coming shortly, and it’s likely next month. The Sims 5 is coming.”
Even if it’s announced in October, The Sims 5 will likely play the long game like GTA 6. Grubb: “Don’t expect to play soon.” “The game seems far distant.” This is a cryptic hint, but “a long way off” doesn’t bode well for The Sims 5 in 2023.
The Sims: What Comes Next?
The Sims 5: Despite a steady stream of material, we miss Sims. “These leaps from numbered sequels are often a hard moment for them because they’re stripping down to the fundamentals and building back up,” Grubb said. The High School Years DLC included puberty and body hair, and the developer has promised further upgrades.
Grubb talked about how EA drops features and then resells them. This money-making model’s future is uncertain. The Sims established the standard for simulation games, and despite criticisms about diversity, its legacy is unmatched. We’d pay top dollar for a redesigned OG Sims.
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