The Sims 4 has officially been announced by EA.
EA has announced The Sims 4, a follow-up to 2009’s The Sims 3 and the latest in Maxis’s long-running life-simulation series, will be coming to PC and Mac in next year. The news broke on the company’s The Beat blog.
The Sims franchise is one of the most commercially successful games, reaching out to both casual gamers and the more hardcore crowds. The Sims 3 has sold more than 150 million copies worldwide and spawned a number of console and handheld spin-offs and numerous themed expansions.
EA’s announcement on their website read:
Celebrate the heart and soul of the Sims. In The Sims 4, you’ll have a deeper connection with the most expressive, surprising, and charming Sims ever in this single player offline experience. Personalize your world with new and intuitive tools and then effortlessly share your creativity with your friends and fans.
The Sims franchise is fueled by the passion and creativity of its millions of fans around the world. Their continued devotion to the franchise ignites the fire of creativity of the team at The Sims Studio, driving them to continually improve and innovate on one of the world’s most successful simulation game that has sold more than 150 million copies worldwide.
The forthcoming Sims game has not yet been rated by PEGi. To stay up to date with the latest information check out the Sims 4 website.