EA promised The Sims fans it’ll be ‘better’ after recent Behind the Scenes at The Sims Summit Only featured a single ‘Kuroni’.
as part of the first Behind the Scenes at The Sims Summit Stream Event EA took a “super early” look at its next Sims game, codenamed Project Rene, and shared some future plans for The Sims 4.
However, as content creators and streamers first pointed out, Ebonics And the presentation, amplified by other unfortunate players, “didn’t fairly represent our vast player community”, in EA’s own words. [players] under”.
The creator segment of Behind The Sims Summit was not representative of the vast player community. Black Simmers deserve to feel seen in everything we do in The Sims, so we take responsibility for this mistake and do our best to move forward. https://t.co/ZOiM7HqOlj
— The Sims (@TheSims) October 22, 2022
“Our creator segment during Behind the Sims Summit did not fairly represent our vast player community,” EA said in a statement, short of issuing an apology. “Black Simmers deserve to feel seen in everything we do in The Sims, so we take responsibility for this mistake and do our best to move forward.” .”
“I often see black creators tweeting behind your games – and they’ve been around for years. It’s mostly how I follow The Sims news. murmured Hannah Rutherford, content creator and prolific streamer. “The fact that I missed this in 2022 and Black History Month in the UK (I know you’re not British, but some of the players are British) is mind-boggling.”
“Your frustration is right. We let you down,” said EA directly Reply to Ebonix. “For all you have brought to The Sims and The Sims community, you and each of our Black creators and players owe it to you to make sure you are seen and celebrated.”
https://www.eurogamer.net/ea-says-it-will-do-better-after-its-first-behind-the-sims-summit-did-not-fairly-represent-players EA says it will ‘be better’ after the first Behind The Sims Summit ‘didn’t fairly represent’ players