Sims 5 is going to be released very, very soon. Needless to say, we are all eagerly awaiting the release of this long-expected life management simulator. Will it be something that we are all going to spend hours and hours in, perfecting the sort of life we were never able to have with our characters and perhaps lighten the incredible burden of existence, even winching a little, the remains of a little smile that we used to have back when we were young, but never have again? Probably. Will The Sims 5 bring actual joy to us and make us have a more relaxed, more playful attitude regarding life in general? Probably not. Will The Sims 5 make us stop seeing that EA is an evil, money-oriented company, and every second we put into their games is a second that we could have spent developing our overall personality? Definitely not.
Anyway, back to The Sims 5. We expect that the game will deliver a number of graphical updates together with the gameplay adjustments. In this article, we will look at the price that The Sims 5 will probably have upon release, together with the content the game will contain.
EA’s brand new game is going to be in the triple-A category, as it was expected. Since it is a triple-A game, The Sims 5 will probably start with a #50 price tag. As the months pass, this price pass will slowly decline, hopefully until we get to the point where EA pays us to pay their game. If you are not able to get the game via regular channels, you can get it from reduction websites such as G2A.
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