Revealed in less than 140 characters, Sims 4 Executive Producer Rachel Franklin announced on Twitter that the title will be making its way to the E3 conference this June.
“Hey Simmers. Confirming all the rumors. Yes, The Sims 4 will be at E3.”
Given the lack of information announced thus far, The Sims 4 announcement at E3 should cover loads of ground, clearing up the defining reasons why we will be moving on from the lives of our Sims 3 families.
What we know so far about The Sims 4 mostly covers further customization of your Sim than you could ever realize in past versions, as well as deep refinements in the simplicity of customization. Gone are the days of sliding bars when making your Sim. No longer will you have to completely redecorate a room if you move that room to another area of your home in a remodel. Changes announced thus far are about refining an already addictive title, allowing you to spend more time living the life you want your Sims to live.
Any fan of the series is sure to be excited for the E3 conference, and we look forward to hearing more from Electronic Arts. The Sims 4 is developed by Maxis, and available for pre-order on the official website.