If you want to experience an escape from reality, the Sims virtual world is undoubtedly a fantastic option.
The Sims has always been one of the top-selling games of the gaming industry in many years.
EA has been supporting the growth of the franchise with new games and constant DLC additions for each game.
One common fan theory says that Sims 5 will be released in 2021. We hope that is true because we can’t get enough of the Sims universe.
It is believed that Sims 5 will cost £50 at release, just like most other triple-A titles.
Sims 4 is available for purchase from G2A at a discounted price – Only £7, which is a total bargain.
Sims 5 will most likely follow the same pattern as Sims 4 in DLC releases and pricing.
Sims 5 will be released on next-gen consoles, so it will likely feature Ray-Tracing capabilities.
It will most likely include content that is currently available in Sims 4, like “City Living” and “Dogs and Cats,” and fans of the franchise highly appreciate it.
It shouldn’t be too hard for EA to port the content to a new engine.
Though nothing has been confirmed yet, we expect to see the next game be released next year. It would make sense for EA to launch a new Sims game since their current one is getting old. However, Sims 4 is still selling well enough not to replace it, so we might have to wait a bit more.
The new lockdown requirements have slowed down the work of many development studios, including Maxis, developer of Sims.
Stay tuned to see if EA confirms any release date and learn more details about the game, as soon as we get them.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.