The Sims 5: Screenshot from Project René

The Sims 5: Screenshot from Project René

From Andrew Link ,
Screenshots of The Sims 5 have been leaked on the internet via dark channels. The photos should come from the (pre-)alpha that leaked a few days ago and give a little insight into the new game. The more spacious menu is clearly visible with the furnishings.

In mid-October 2022, Electronic Arts presented The Sims 5, currently called Project René. Since then, however, privacy has not been perfect, as information leaks repeatedly. Now there are screenshots from Alpha that you can check out. But they are screenshots in the true sense – someone has taken a photo on the screen. Presumably someone smuggled in a smartphone and was able to take pictures. They mainly show how The Sims 5 will hold up in the future and the difference isn’t that big.

The Sims 5: EA Project Rene Shows

On the other hand, if you compare it with the current state, the new user interface is huge in the true sense of the word. And that’s probably not a bad thing, because the small bar in The Sims 4 can get on your nerves sometimes. The furnishings now appear more clearly orderly and recognizable.

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Otherwise everything feels like a Sims game. EA says that Project René aims to stay true to The Sims as always, while evolving the way Sims think and behave. This reinterpretation of The Sims aims to provide more ways to play, tools to encourage creativity, and opportunities to tell meaningful stories. Project René allows you to play alone or collaborate with others, as well as play games on multiple supported devices. And that’s where the focus of development should be: deepening and improving the gameplay.

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