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The Sims 5
Developer Maxis
The Sims Studio
Publisher Electronic Arts
Platform Microsoft Windows, OS X
Genre Life simulation
Release Microsoft Windows
NA 20190902September 2, 2019
EU 20190904September 4, 2019
AUS 20190904September 4, 2019
JP 20190905September 5, 2019

OS X
WW 20200217February 17, 2020
Modes Single-player, multiplayer
Ratings
  • ESRB: T </li>
  • PEGI: 12 </li></li>
  • Media Optical disc, download
    Series The Sims
    Predecessor The Sims 4
    The Sims 5 is the fifth main installment in The Sims franchise. Like the previous games in the series, The Sims 5 focuses on creating and controlling a neighborhood of virtual people, called Sims. The Sims 5 boasts an overhauled and intuitive Create a Sim, updated building tools, and deeper, more complex Sims through the addition of emotions and new traits.

    The Sims 5 was released in North America on September 2, 2019, and in other places worldwide shortly thereafter. A PC version of the game has been released. An OS X compatible version has been released.

    New featuresEdit

    • Direct Control mode
    • Point-and-click mode
    • Soundtrack of The Sims, The Sims Bustin' Out, The Urbz: Sims in the City, The Sims 2, The Sims 3, The Sims 4, and their expansion packs, stuff packs, and game packs
    • Customizing your Sim's/Sims' meal
    • Local split-screen multiplayer
    • New Sims
    • New lots
    • Continues the storyline of The Sims 4
    • Online multiplayer

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