The Sims 5: Why the Game Will be Released by 2021

The Sims is an excellent game series that unfolds a fascinating open-world environment for the players to explore. They get the chance to virtually experience household and basic activities like going to school, petting the dog, get along with the family, and so on.

It’s been six years since the last installment of The Sims series, and fans are eagerly waiting for a sequel. After the developers had been updating The Sims 4 with exciting patches like Discover University, Cats & Dogs, and others, The Sims 5 is under works. Although we don’t have an exact release date for the fifth installment of the life-simulation game series, there are some strong hints that it will be released next year.

No more updates for The Sims 4

The developers of the series themselves announced that there won’t be any more updates for The Sims 4, even though the game received plenty of expansions. This clearly points to the conclusion that The Sims 5 is receiving more attention for a possible release that will occur anytime soon.

We shouldn’t also forget that it’s highly possible that the development of The Sims 5 to be postponed by the coronavirus pandemic. Therefore, the release most likely won’t happen in the next several months, and it will occur by 2021, if not in late 2020.

Sony and Microsoft will both release next-generation gaming consoles by Christmas: the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, respectively. The Sims 5 will most likely be compatible with them, and we can’t wait to see the game running on the two high-tech consoles. However, the game will most likely be available also for the usual platforms: PC, PS4, and Xbox One. There are also hints from various specialists claiming that the upcoming installment of The Sims series will be cross-platform.

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  1. I’m having a difficult time finding a place to make suggestions, or a “leave a comment/suggest an idea box” for The Sims 5, so this seems to be the place.

    I feel like the game would benefit from bringing back a “Direct Control” option like they did in The Sims 2 Pets. In The Sims 2 Pets they gave players the choice of the “Classic Control” and “Direct Control” options. At the push of a button you were zoomed in and able to control each step your Sim took with the Left Stick/WASD Keys and could walk around and click on and interact with things and other sims.

    This would be especially awesome with a “Local Multiplayer / 2 Player Mode” option as The Sims 2 Pets did not have this like the original The Sims game, and was greatly emphasized by players and fans that it was missing a local co-op feature.

    I sincerely hope the developers take/have already taken this information into consideration, and we will see it in the next game in the series The Sims 5.

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