It's no secret that lower end PC struggled to run The Sims 3. Heck, even my mid-tier PC had difficulty, with the game's RAM issues often leading to crashes. Hopefully, that will all be fixed with The Sims 4, which Maxis has said will run better on lower end machines.
"We're really excited to say that players on lower end machines are going to have a much better experience on The Sims 4 than they did with The Sims 3," producer Ryan Vaughn told Digital Spy.
"We know that our players have a wide range of different PC specs," he added. "We want to make sure that somebody playing on a lower end machine has just as great an experience as somebody on a higher end machine.To read the full article, go to GameZone>