Senior Producer Grant Rodiek has confirmed that there meetings are underway to determine the next three years of Sims 4 content.
Speaking to Variety, Rodiek revealed that the developer was currently discussing plans for additional game content after this week’s Seasons. The Sims 4 launched in 2014, and has seen a steady stream of expansions and content packs drop post-release.
Rodiek attempted to reassure a fanbase that had grown concerned over the game’s future earlier this month. Several senior members of The Sims 4 team left the team, but the producer tweeted out that content would still be coming for the ageing game.
Guys. We aren't done. I'm literally working with the team RIGHT NOW for YEARS out. Stop. Saying. We're. Done. We. Aren't. ❤️— Grant Rodiek (@SimGuruGrant) May 26, 2018
I mean, just think of the stuff we haven't made that we know you want! https://t.co/h0WTdeibSf
Despite shaky reception, the latest in the long-running life management sim remains popular. Three years post-launch, the Sims 4 was still reporting 200 million active users, Rodiek told us last December.
Seasons, the latest expansion pack for The Sims 4, releases on 22nd June.