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Sims 4 coming to Xbox One in November


 Although there has been no official announcement, The Sims 4 has been listed for sale in the Microsoft store for Xbox One with a release date of November 13. 

Previous versions of Sims games have been released on console before, although never to any great success. The Urbz is considered the most successful of the Sims product launches, with "success" being a relative term. 

The Sims 2 was released for Playstation and Xbox, but in order to be feasible on the console, a considerable amount of gameplay was stripped from the game. I remember visiting a friend who was playing it on Xbox and being quietly horrified at how featureless and bland the console version seemed, compared to the PC version I was familiar with.

The Sims 4 is approaching the age which has been considered "end of life" for past Sims titles, but with no Sims 5 in sight. EA has previously said that the Sims 5 release date will depend on the sales figures of The Sims 4, so here's hoping the console release gives those sales figures a needed boost.


Image courtesy Flickr/Marco Virch

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