'The Sims 5' Release Date, Gameplay and Updates: Will Bugs in Latest DLC Affect Next Instalment? What We Know So Far

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 11, 2016 08:41 AM EST
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"The Sims" 5 is expected to come by 2019 with great improvements from previous instalments of the franchise. Just recently, a bug affected "The Sims 4: City Living" forcing some of the sims not to stop getting food from stalls on the game.

The latest DLC of the "The Sims 4: City Living" has added Festivals with food stalls in the game. This is the area where the sims can eat before they go home. The bug, however, caused some of the sims to not stop getting and ordering food from the stalls.

Sims do not stop eating

Reports from players also noted that there were incidents when sims were not even hungry but they still stayed on the stalls to eat and order food. One user claimed that his sim ordered another food item after eating a meal.

Some "The Sims 4: City Living" players were concerned about the weight of their sims. Many are hoping that game concerns like this will not happen again when "The Sims 5" launches three years from now.

What to expect with 'The Sims 5?'

The life-simulation game is thought to work on the gameplay problems found on "The Sims 4: City Living." Fans are looking forward to a "more astonishing" and more interesting instalment in "The Sims 5."

"The Sims" producer Grant Rodiek earlier shot down reports that they are already working on "The Sims 5." He explained that the next title would depend largely on the success of "The Sims 4: City Living."

Will there be a Sims 5?

"We're not working on Sims 5. We're not thinking about Sims 5," he added. "If Sims 4 isn't successful, there won't be a Sims 5."

There is still a long way for the current Sims title and many expansions are still expected to come to the game. Fans are hoping that it will bring more success than failure for them to welcome another instalment. Are you excited for the release of "The Sims 5?"

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