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Such things like personality, Create-A-Sim, and build mode have been expanded.
The Sims 3 also is the first game to feature an open-world concept: players are no longer limited to single lots; they are able to explore the world in between and travel to lots without loading screens.
The game compromises this by having much longer initial loading and saving screens.
The game has disc-based copy protection – there is a Serial Code just like The Sims 2.
Lifetime Aspiration Score is retained, but the prizes you get from it are mostly modifications to the Sim's capabilities instead of physical objects (Bottomless Bladder, The Casanova, etc).
The Point Build Personality was removed in favor of five "Traits" which had direct and practical effects on gameplay: for example, an Athletic Sim learns the Athletic skill faster and gets more enjoyment out of their workouts; a Clumsy Sim trips everywhere, which can add a to transit times; and an Evil Sim can gain enjoyment from messing with other Sims, or use a coffee machine to make Evil Lattes.
Customize everything from their appearances, to their personalities and even the home of their dreams.
Then, send your Sims out to explore new locations around town and to meet other Sims in the neighborhood.
In The Sims 2: Free Time, a computer is delivered by Mr. The Sims 3 official site also reveals that players now have greater customization options.
The title was to be released on February 20, 2009 according to the official The Sims 3 website, but was delayed worldwide to June 2, 2009.
Electronic Arts cites the reason for the delay was to "create awareness for The Sims 3". It shows something towards a continuous, panning neighborhood, diagonal placings for objects, better lighting systems, and the ability to change shoes in the CAS, an ability previously limited to only console versions of The Sims.
Barnacle Bay, a pirate-themed neighborhood, costs 2,000 Sim Points.
Hidden Springs is a mountainous downloadable neighborhood on The Sims 3 website and costs 2,250 Sim Points.