The Sims 5 announced at Sims Summit, still years away

A screenshot from the Sims Summit announcement shows an early house design in build mode

screenshot: EA / Kotaku

Today’s Sims Summit event announced what everyone was hoping for: the next generation of The Sims.

Lyndsay Pearson, who directs The Sims Marke, reiterated that this is an extremely early look at the game, dating back years. Still, it’s news that many fans have been hoping for.

While Pearson never called The Sims 5this game, that’s almost certain The Sims 5 will have cross-platform play. First look revealed early gameplay on both PC and mobile. And no, it’s not The Sims FreePlay or The Sims Mobile. Pearson also alluded to multiplayer, saying you can create alone or with friends. Details were, of course, sparse, so it’s unclear how exactly this will all work.

Not that one-sim 5 Reveal also showed off a robust update for today’s build mode. It’s now even easier to customize furniture with different patterns and colours The Sims 3‘s color wheel, only fancier. Other details, including the custom addition of pillows and the ability to move each item on its own axis, have Simmers dreaming about the new building possibilities.

However, some of the features looked oddly familiar (that is, save for the return of the long-lost color wheel). Many of the build tools look very similar to those shown in early gameplay videos paralife, another upcoming life simulator game from indie developer Alex Massé. Even if there is no release date yet, sims Fans hungry for a choice have been drooling at every bite of news from this game. Many even speculate about possible competition paralife LEDs The Sims team to show the next game early.

The Sims hasn’t had any significant competition for a number of years, which shows why many fans are excited about a new game that breathes new life into the genre. It will be interesting to see when each game starts and how the other reacts. The Sims 5 still seems a long way off paralife likely to be the first out of the gate.

Regardless, Pearson made it clear we’ll be a long time waiting The Sims 5—Sorry, the next generation of The Sims. And considering how much chaos the launch had The Sims 4 was, fans will likely be ready to scrutinize every detail when the time comes. The Sims 5 announced at Sims Summit, still years away

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