EA Announces The Sims: Medieval. Wait, Seriously?

Posted: Aug 3 2010, 12:19pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:48am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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The latest game in the Sim's franchise has just been announced. This time everyone's favorite gibberish-spewing simulated humans will be living their lives in a very different setting. Gone is suburbia, replaced by the thrilling squalor of Medieval Europe. In The Sims: Medieval you'll be able to play as a king, queen, heroic knight or gallant bard.

In fact, it looks like the only career path you won't be able to follow is that of a filthy peasant. Shoveling dung and dying from Typhoid at 17 doesn't present quite as many options for character development.

All we have is a press release so far, but it looks like a great deal of the gameplay will focus around quests. These can range from forging a magical sword to planning a royal wedding to dealing with troublesome sorcerers. You'll control a kingdom as well as individual sims, and it will be your responsibility to protect (or expand) it by whatever means necessary.

We can expect to see this new title hit sometime in Spring 2010.

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