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EA to launch a much more complete Sims game for iPhone and iPad

Electronic Arts have announced the release of a new free-to-play (free) version of The Sims for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

This new game, to be called The Sims Mobile, comes years after The Sims Freeplay appeared on the iOS App Store.

The Sims Freeplay is a very simplified version of the original game for PC and Mac, but the new The Sims Mobile will be much more complete. You will have better graphics, many more actions, more challenges, multiplayer, etc.

The Sims Mobile for iPhone and iPad Coming Soon

From EA, as previously mentioned, have already launched other games based on the “Sims universe”: The Sims 3, The Sims Freeplay, SimCity Buildit and other versions.

The Sims Mobile will be the mobile game most similar to the franchise’s original game, based on The Sims 4, a game in which players build a home and support a family over generations following a series of rules based on daily life.

 

As with other franchise games, players will guide their sims through their lives, building relationships, building homes, moving forward in racing, buying objects, winning simoleons, and meeting goals.

 

 

One of the main novelties of the game is that it will have an online multiplayer mode, that is, it will allow players to collaborate with others in real-time. Undoubtedly, one of the most anticipated features of the mobile platform followers of this game and will provide new experiences: meet other players, hold conversations via chat, invite other users to parties and a long etcetera.

 

The Sims 4 for Mac and PC continues to expand its extensive network of fans globally. Yesterday, Electronic Arts revealed that the number of monthly active users of the game rose 33% over last year.

 

 

The Sims Mobile for iPhone and iPad is now available on the App Store of Brazil (also on Android) and will begin to appear in the App Stores of other countries shortly. So stay tuned to our weekly game collections if you want to download this new simulation title for iOS.

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