What if The Sims 4 and its expansions welcomed cutscenes in the future? That’s what a job offer suggests.
We no longer count the extensions of Sims 4. Between content packs, kits and DLC of all kinds, life simulation aficionados are spoiled, although some are elements carried over from previous games. However, Maxis and Electronic Arts could try a new, more cinematic approach to licensing.
As noted by the site SimsCommunity, the publisher was looking for an artist specialized in storyboarding. The job description talks about tasks like “illustrating our designs, gameplay experiences, and technology solutions through animatics and storyboards.” The selected candidate must illustrate sequences with multiple characters from given stories and scripts.
What suggest the arrival of cutscenes in some form in the franchise. Of course, this is all just speculation, especially since EA has still not specified the timetable for The Sims 4 in 2022.