SimCity for PC’s to be launched in 2013

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SimCity for PC’s to be launched in 2013

There is good news for the SimCity lover. The EA and Maxis has announced today that the SimCity for PC would be introduced somewhere in 2013. The game is said to have mind-blowing graphics, which allow players to gain the knowledge of minute graphics of the game.

It has further been informed that the new SimCity would also have an integrated approach of social networking, which means the players of the game would be able to view as to how their friends are building cities.

The game is completely a virtual world, in which players see each other, makes their own cities and much more. While commenting upon the new SimCity, Maxis said, “Together, players will address real global challenges such as climate change, the search for renewable resources and natural disasters… Together, players will address real global challenges such as climate change, the search for renewable resources and natural disasters”.

The Sim characters would be seen in the game getting recruited and getting fired. Just like the current scenario of the world where people are being hired and at the same are getting fired. The details of the game have not been unveiled. However, it has been informed that the game would be full of entertainment.

After a long period of 10 years, the SimCity players have been given an opportunity to get hold of a new and advanced game strategy. The game would have the multiplayer option as well but the excited fans of SimCity would have to wait for a while to unveil the detail and functions of the new game.

While announcing the introduction of SimCity to PC, the Senior Vice President of Maxis, Lucy Bradshaw thanked millions of fans of SimCity for making the game one of the most popular games.


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