This is just an open discussion thread where all thoughts and feelings should be welcome, but PLEASE explain why you feel or think a certain way and do not crush other peoples hopes and dreams on both fronts.
That being said, the question is here. I know TS4 was said to continue about 4 more years or so, but not everything that is being said is certain for the future. IF the game should continue in the state it is now, with more disappointing packs, growing critics, the ongoing flaws and shortcomings, should it still continue or should they just finish it up and make place for The Sims 5? I mean, should they lay the main focus on The Sims 5 instead of trying to milk out The Sims 4 that may or may not be more successful from this point on? What do you think?
Or is The sims 4 finally starting to get better even though it seems ridiculous in the timeline of a game with previous series that were far more successful on many important fronts? Should they still try and deliver what is planned and go beyond that with new innovative packs we have never seen before and give this a chance? Share what you think!
The major part of my heart says 'Finish it up and start revealing The sims 5 to us!', but I can accept The Sims 4 to be stretched out a little longer IF they step up their game and deliver fully packed Expansions with actual game changing game play, basic features that still need to be patched in ASAP, do overhauls on for example sims personalities to effect their lives completely as well as a system of story progression where the choices of the whole world matter instead of your own sim being the center of the universe. Than only, I will be interested in a longer period of The Sims 4. Keeping it the way it is now, is not staying stable, it is moving backward. They NEED to step it up!