The Sims 2 goes gold
The much-anticipated update of EA's virtual-existence franchise is heading off to the actual factory.
GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.
After years of dominating the PC sales charts, the Sims is now set to enter a new era. Electronic Arts confirmed to GameSpot today that the Sims 2, the much-anticipated follow-up to the best-selling PC series, has gone gold. Rated "T" for Teen, the game will cost $49.99 when it goes on sale September 14.
One of the three biggest PC games of the year, the Sims 2 will rework the Will Wright-created series with new graphics and more detailed gameplay. The game's new engine will let players experience every detail of their sims lives in intimate detail, and there will be a new aspiration system that will give sims desires that players have to fulfill. Check out GameSpot's extensive previous coverage--including a long series of designer diaries--for more information.
Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email firstname.lastname@example.org