Last month, EA Maxis showed Some early photos from Project ReneSims 5. In development, they said they were showing the project early because they wanted to involve the community in its development.
Well, now it looks like someone has leaked pictures from the last Sims 5 playtest, which apparently shows a city environment with many apartments to build inside.
You can watch the official reveal around the 26 minute mark in the video below:
The pictures are all screenshots playing the game, and it was Posted to Reddit By a user who has since deleted his account.
Screenshots depict several interiors, at least one of which depicts the same scene as official screenshots of Project Rene, as well as glimpses of the user interface and tutorial messages. The shots showing an urban environment with multi-storey buildings are the most exciting of the bunch, because it’s the kind of setting that The Sims had previously reserved for expansions.
Some images from the Rene (The Sims 5) Playtesting project have been leaked.
Let’s remember that EA’s test server may have been compromised by hackers (not yet confirmed).
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At the bottom Comments on this topic Reddit, a deleted user – presumably OP – said the playtest “was focused on new building and furniture features. It had 4 pre-selected studio apartments for you to fiddle with or an empty one you could build in. There was no sim in this at all” . They also wrote that “there was no sim in this test, it was just a build.”
The official Project Rene announcement also focused on creative tools, including new functionality like the return of Create-A-Style, which was absent from The Sims 4, and greater flexibility in how objects are resized, rotated, and modified.
The Sims 5 still seems to be long gone, but updates and expansions for The Sims 4 are still being created. We recently updated our list of Best Sims expansion packs.
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