In an emotional video on the game’s Facebook page, the developers of “The Sims 4: Home Edition” called the game a “game over” for players who don’t play “The Last of Us” games.
The makers of “Fallout 4” have also warned players of the potential of cognitive dissonance.
The Sims 4 and “Fallouts 4” developers also recently said that they would be taking “more care” to prevent players from thinking they are playing a simulation.
The latest news about “The Dark Below” comes on the heels of another “Sim” game being cancelled by Sony.
“The Dark Depths” was a game that launched in 2015 on the Xbox One and was supposed to be the next game in the “Sims” franchise.
The game was intended to be a “dark and gritty” simulation of the Third Reich and was to have an overarching storyline that would lead to the events of “World War III.”
But the game was cancelled by EA, and a game called “The Lost City of Z” followed.
“The Hidden” – a game set in the world of a popular fantasy comic book – was also canceled, as was “Sim City 4.”
“Sim City” and “The Witcher” developer CD Projekt Red said they were taking “tremendous care” not to allow players to think they are “playing a simulation.”
The game’s developers have also said that players should play “the game over” option in the game options menu.
This latest news comes after “SimCity” creator Jason Rohrer was suspended by Sony last month, following a video game-themed social media campaign, called “Simcity Unplugged.”
“It’s just an incredibly stupid thing to do,” Rohrer told Entertainment Weekly in November.
“I just wanted to say I’m very sorry.
I’m just so sorry.”
Rohrer has since apologized, saying he has been “brainwashed” by the video game industry.
The video game makers of the “Fallen London” and “The Walking Dead” series have also canceled “Fall Out” games in recent months, as have “The Evil Within” and “Halo: The Master Chief Collection.”
The video games “Fallout” and its “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” have also come under fire recently, with the former getting a lot of negative publicity and the latter losing millions of dollars due to high production costs.
The fallout has also been seen in “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” which was canceled this week by Nintendo for “lack of financial viability.”
“FallOut 4” and the “The Darkness” series were both canceled last month by Ubisoft, after Ubisoft’s CEO said the games were “not for us.”
“We know this is a difficult time for a lot and we’ve reached out to all of you,” the publisher said in a statement.
“We appreciate the hard work and dedication you put into your favorite franchises, but it is time to move on.”