New 'The Sims 3' Details Released By EA

Posted: May 11 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:18pm CDT, in News | Gaming

New 'The Sims 3' details released by EA
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EA has released details on it's upcoming release 'The Sims 3' due to be released next month. The latest installment in the series, which has now gone gold on both PC and Mac formats will be arriving in stores on June 2nd.

The game will retail at £33 and you will also be able to buy a collectors edition for £46. This comes bundled with a 2GB The Sims Plumbo USB drive, a guide book and an in-game European sports car. I've never played any of The Sims games but apparently this new edition will offer more character customisation options and appearance settings along with five different personality traits to select from.Players will be able to choose which long-term and short-term goals they want their sims to complete and a brand new online community will provide players with free bonus content, news and tips.

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