Microsoft has announced that The Sims 4, its latest open-world role-playing game, will launch for Xbox, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360 on March 16.
The game, a sequel to 2012’s The Sims, will also be available for PC and PlayStation 3 later this year.
The announcement came via a press release, which said the new title will support “all major PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 hardware platforms.”
This includes PCs, Xboxes, and consoles from all three platforms.
This will also include the “Xbox One X,” which is a new console coming later this month.
The Sims is Microsoft’s flagship entertainment franchise, which has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide.
The franchise has also been ported to more than 50 platforms, including iOS, Android, and Windows 10.
The last game to launch on a new platform was The Sims 3.
Microsoft has said that The Sims 4 will be its most ambitious launch ever, and the game is expected to launch with more than 30 playable characters and locations.
The game’s release date has not been announced.
Microsoft is also releasing The Sims Online in 2017 for PC, iOS, and Android.