The Sims 4 Summit gave us a sneak peek at the new generation of the Sims franchise: Project Rene. Although we’ll most likely have to wait years for its release, this glimpse into the future excites us for what’s to come. With tons of highly detailed customization options and features, it seems that Project Rene will be worth the wait. We can’t wait to see how this new installment in the Sims franchise develops!
Project RENE: Sims 5 Sneak Peek
We simmers can finally rest easy knowing that The Sims 5 is currently in development! From what we have seen and heard at the Behind the Sims Summit, Project Rene will allow for more realistic and lifelike simulations than ever before. In addition, EA promises that the Sims 5 will be more customizable than any previous installment! Excitement rushing to your hearts yet?
The game, which is currently in its very early stages of development, has a working title “Project Rene.” This name was chosen to be reminiscent of words like renaissance and rebirth to represent the team’s renewed commitment for The Sims’ bright future. Project Rene will fundamentally evolve how Sims think and behave, how players create and customize their worlds, and innovate in entirely new ways.Electronic Arts
Here’s what we have gathered about project rene
We don’t have much to go on yet, but the early development version of the Sims 5 is already shaping up to be an incredible game. Here are just a few tantalizing details about what players can expect:
- The color wheel is back
- Customizable objects
- Library sharing (a grouping of objects can also be shared among players)
- A demo was shown playing the game (the demo showed a PC and a smartphone at once)
First Conceptual Images
During the live session, EA showed some first conceptual ideas, which you can see below. Please don’t forget everything’s in an early stage!