During the latest Behind The Sims, EA and Maxis revealed more about the future of the franchise, including The Sims 5/Project René, and the previously announced Toddler update for The Sims 4. A new update to the game was also detailed, with features new and inclusive ones coming to the game soon.
The long-awaited Infants expansion pack has finally been dated: it will launch for PC and consoles on March 14, 2023.
This expansion pack will allow Sims to interact with their baby properly, dressing it up, customizing it, teaching it new skills, and playing with it. The feature has long been requested by fans and will add a new dimension to raising an in-game family.
The Infants announcement was followed by a tease of the arrival of a new family, known as The Michaelsons. It seems that they will be part of a new expansion yet to be revealed, although we will learn more about these characters on February 2, 2023.
On the other hand, more of Project René was shown. Which will allow players to control patterns, colors, materials, parts, shapes and sizes of furniture. There will also be free rotation and movement of objects, allowing for unique locations and more creative setups.
It was also confirmed that it will have multiplayer: “Players can design an apartment together, opening up new ways to play, tell stories and create dream creations,” they said.
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Project René is a place for you to explore life with The Sims and also share a wide variety of experiences with trusted friends, if you want, when you want.
New content updates for The Sims Mobile and The Sims Freeplay were also shared. Both games will get new events and rewards over the next month, including a scavenger hunt for The Sims Mobile (with new anniversary-themed items).
Sims Freeplay will also get new in-game music tracks, and a third area will be added to the Sims Springs desert map in April 2023.
Lastly, an update for Sims 4 was announced, which will add a range of Create-A-Sim-inclusive features to better represent all players.
These will be able to equip a variety of portable medical devices, including glucose monitors and hearing aids. They will also be able to place a Top Surgery Scar on transgender Sims, or equip girdles.
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