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The Sims 4 Coming in September, E3 Trailer Shows What To Expect
Electronic Arts has just announced The Sims 4 for a release later this year, and from the reveal, The Sims has never looked better.
The latest installment in the popular life simulator franchise was delayed last year but was probably done for the better. Creating a Sim now will allow players to tinker with even more tools, where each results in great amount of detail. Players will be able to set up their Sim’s personality, walk style, voice, reactions and more.
According to EA, every Sim in the game will have their own special story, relations, emotions, habits, and more. Every action will be dynamic and the consequences will be even more so.
As an example, a trailer was shown where the character Chuck tries to pass off a badly written poem that ends him up with a bad mood. To lighten up he throws a party but dies from excessive laughter from enjoying the party a bit too much.
The Sims 4 will officially launch on September 7 for the PC and Mac. Pre-orders for the Limited Edition of the game are now available for $59.99 from the series’ official website.
An Origin-exclusive Digital Deluxe version is also available for $69.99 and includes the Up All Night digital content.