EA Announces The Sims 4 to be launched in 2014
Sul sul! Cummuns Nala? Who doesn’t know the Sims? Everyone who plays the Sims has probably done it once when they’re bored: lock a sim-character in a room full of flammable stuff; or maybe put a character in a swimming pool, remove the ladder, and let it swim until it runs out of energy (uh-oh, the cruel fun of playing the Sims.) After 13 years, the fun time will still continue with the launch of the Sims 4 in 2014.
Maxis and Electronic Arts, the developer and publisher of this popular life simulation game, have just announced that Sims 4 is currently in development for PC and Mac. The game is planned to be released next year.
In a short announcement, Electronic Arts informed the Sims’ fans that the new Sims will give 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.”
Earlier in March 2013, Electronic Arts had just launched the newest version of SimCity, after a 10 year hiatus. While Electronic Arts is promising a great single-player offline game experience, the players of SimCity always have to be online to be able to play the game. However, during the launch day, a lot of players encountered a server overload problem which disabled them to play the game, or even to purchase the product online.
About the Sims
The Sims was introduced on February 2, 2000. The first two series of the game were developed by Maxis before it was acquired by Electronic Arts. Since then, the development of the Sims has been taken over by the Sims Studio, a division within Electronic Arts.
As announced by Electronic Arts, the game has sold more than 150 million copies worldwide and has been reported as the best-selling PC franchise in PC history.
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