The Sims 5 LEAKS: Release Date, Trailer, Price, Gameplay, Open-World, Multiplayer, Latest News & More

The Sims 4 has been an insanely successful game and EA continue to deliver new content.

Although we love and appreciate all the team provides, many of us are desperate to see the arrival of The Sims 5.

Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the title from release date to multiplayer and more!

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The Sims 5 Release Date

So far there has been no mention of a release date for The Sims 5.

Due to this, it's unlikely we'll see this title any time soon.

We'll most likely get some news later in the year or in 2022.

Trailer

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As EA is being so secretive of The Sims 5 there's obviously no trailer yet.

Although a Youtuber, OriginZ, has created a fan-made trailer.

You can watch it below, do you think this is what The Sims 5 will look like?

Price

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There's no way to be 100% sure of the price point although we can guess a ballpark figure.

As with most games, there should be some different editions.

Most titles of 2020 and 2021 are around £50, sometimes going up to £70 for console.

Open-World

Probably the biggest downfall of The Sims 4 was the loss of open-world.

Thinking about it, many of us took this feature in The Sims 3 for granted.

The Sims 4 is a great game but I'm so much more willing to stay on my home lot because I don't want to deal with the load screens.

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Its predecessor was perfect as you barely ever encountered said load screens.

This is an aspect of the game that really needs to be addressed for The Sims 5, the majority of the community believe so too.

Multiplayer

If you're a lover of The Sims, no doubt you've wanted to play with friends.

Unfortunately, that isn't a feature unless you use a mod to do so.

It looks like that could change...

In an interview with Forbes, EA’s Andrew Wilson revealed that the “notion of social interactions and competition like the kind of things that were actually present in The Sims Online many many years ago […] will start to become a part of The Sims experience in the years to come”.

Fingers crossed this means we'll see multiplayer become a part of The Sims 5.