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How we want careers to work in The Sims 5

The Sims 5 is expected to be officially revealed soon, seven years after the release of the previous game.

It's been a long time since the last game, and the advancements in technology and game performance have fans expecting big things from the next entry in The Sims series.

Here is what we want to see from careers in The Sims 5.

How We Want Careers To Work In The Sims 5

Traditionally in The Sims, careers are rather basic with no job playing out any different than another.

At a certain time, the Sim goes to work and you are left to your own devices until they return.

This is usually when players will upgrade their house and do other maintenance tasks while they wait.

But, times have changed and EA is capable of doing much more with The Sims.

The Sims 5 office job
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Some recent expansion packs for The Sims 4 have seen the careers expanded to allow more interactivity with some jobs, such as environmentalist type work, as well as the magic school.

It would be great to see every career be interactive, possibly through performing tasks associated with the job, such as a firefighter putting out fires or a business person making financial decisions for a company.

There could also be mini-games that determine your Sims performance in their job. The possibilities are endless.

With the series being over 20 years old and relying on the same format, now would be a perfect time to shake things up rather than leaving players bored while they wait for their Sims to return from work.

Sims 5 Reveal Date

It is expected that The Sims 5 will be officially revealed during the upcoming EA Play Live event which will take place on July 22nd 202.

Its rumoured release date is in Spring 2022, but there is still no official confirmation of that just yet.

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