The Sims 5 release date is going to be revealed very soon! EA and Maxis are going to confirm the official release date of the upcoming series of life simulation video game. The patch updates and expansion packs are already finished, and we can’t wait to test the game.
It has been five years since the last Sims installment went out, and the next one sounds even more promising.
So far, the rumors concerning the upcoming Sims 5have revealed that the game would feature massive updates, such as multiplayer gameplay and VR support. The Sims 5 will also be available on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X platform.
The Sims 5 Release Date
We were expecting to find out some information related to The Sims 5 last year at the 2019 EA Play conference. However, the company has not revealed anything. We have waited for five years for a new Sims installment to come out, and it looks like we won’t have to wait much longer. The Sims 4 is very popular with its several expansion packs and patch updates.
Therefore, we can see why the company wasn’t in a rush to finish up the upcoming game installment. Sims is also a very complex game, and the company has to focus on modernizing it.
The Maxis Monthly stream for March 2020 has been canceled because of the world situation nowadays.
The coronavirus outbreak has become an impediment for the Maxis Monthly stream of this month. But this unfortunate event could also mean that it’s time for the TS5 to run the show from now on.
The upcoming game should be launched at the end of this year; however, we expect to see a trailer first. And the sad fact is that usually, the trailer is released a year prior to the official launch. The TS5 could come out next year if EA and Maxis drop the game trailer this year.
The Sims 5 Console Compatibility
The Sims 5 game is going to be available on different platforms, such as Windows and Mac PC, Xbox Series X, and PlayStation 5, including the previous console models.
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