According to the team over at TrueAchievements, The Sims 4 will be heading to Xbox One on November 17. Those who pre-order the Deluxe Party Edition will also receive multiple extras and access to the game three days early.
For fans of the life-simulation game who primarily game on PlayStation, however, there’s a chance it could be coming to PlayStation 4 as well, as there has been no mention of any form of exclusivity. (And it would seem that the days of Microsoft being able to score exclusives from major third-party publishers are over, especially with PlayStation 4 sales over 60 million.)
There has yet to be an official announcement of the game coming to consoles, but as TrueAchievements – much like sites such as Exophase and PSNTrophies do for PlayStation – pull their information directly from the Xbox servers, it makes the game’s existence very hard to deny.
The last time a Sims game came to consoles was back in 2011 with The Sims 3: Pets. Are you excited to see EA bring the simulation game to consoles once again after more than half a decade?