Seeing as how The Sims 5 is already under development, we may expect an official announcement at some point.
The Sims 4 is still a massive financial success for Electronic Arts as it enters its ninth year. A steady trickle of additional packs, frequent free updates to the basic game, and a dedicated community have helped the game endure since its shaky debut in 2014.
A total of 1.2 billion hours will have been played in 2021. However, more and more players are curious about the release date of the next full-length Sims game.
All the information you could possibly want about The Sims 5 is right here.
- Release date
Maxis CEO Catharina Mallet affirmed intentions to offer continued support and new material for The Sims 4 while creating the future of The Sims brand, while fansite SimsCommunity.info revealed a huge number of new job postings at Maxis over the last year, indicating that the company has been busy growing.
With the addition of more skin tones, Black hairstyles, and East Asian eye presets, as well as the introduction of customizable pronouns and asexual and aromantic Sims, The Sims 4 has made considerable strides toward diversity and inclusion throughout the course of its career.
Over time, more clothing, construction objects, and meals from many cultures have been included, and the Socially Awkward attribute represents neurodiversity in the High School Years expansion. The Sims 5 is expected to maintain the franchise’s emphasis on the ‘Play with Life’ slogan, making the game more welcoming to players of all backgrounds right from the start.
The development team has been out forward about the fact that they cannot include “mechanically” non-binary Sims due to technological constraints. Whenever the next game is being made from the ground up, this issue will be fixed without a doubt.
There is a dearth of diversity when it comes to disability in The Sims 4. Mobility solutions were”at the top of our list,” the team said in response to a petition in October 2021. Since then, there hasn’t been much chatter, but we’re still holding out hope for an appearance.