Bad news for Sims 4 fans: Switch rumors are false


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The Sims community has been buzzing with excitement lately. A Twitter user revealed that when searching for information about The Sims 4, Nintendo Switch appeared in the list of platforms. This led many fans to think that the game might be coming to the popular hybrid console. However, Electronic Arts and Maxis were quick to deny these claims, stating that The Sims 4 is not available or scheduled for release on Nintendo Switch.

The Sims 4 was released in 2014, and fans have been eagerly awaiting news of the next installment in the franchise. Last year, Electronic Arts and Maxis revealed some details about The Sims 5, also known as “Project Rene.” The game will have several expansions, will be completely free, and will not replace The Sims 4, but rather both games will coexist. However, players should not expect to be able to carry over all their progress from one game to the other.

It has also been revealed that Project Rene is still in the early stages of development, so there is no release date or window announced yet. The platforms on which the game will be available are also unknown at this time.

In other news, it has been revealed how many Sims players have created since the release of The Sims 4. The numbers are sure to surprise many fans.

Overall, while the possibility of The Sims 4 coming to Nintendo Switch has been debunked, fans can still look forward to the upcoming release of The Sims 5, which promises to bring new and exciting features to the beloved franchise.

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