Girls Who Code spend a day at Maxis to learn about The Sims 4 Development
Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization with a mission to close the gender gap in technology and video gaming industry, had a chance to visit Electronic Arts at Redwood Shores. More specifically – they had a chance to spend their day at the Maxis studio and see what goes in the development of The Sims 4.
The tour revolved around the game development circuit, which consists of:
- Art & Animation
- Beta to Final
- Live Business
They also had a chance to pitch some of their own ideas to the team and design an Expansion Pack for The Sims 4. In the video above you can also see two developers: Manu Sharma and Megan Ginter (also known as SimGuruMegs on Twitter) explaining their role in The Sims Studio.