Today Paradox Interactive and Tectonic Studio shared another gameplay video of their upcoming simulation game Life by You.
This time around we see how we can track our humans across tons with a click, on top of removing those we don't like and adding randomly generated ones.
After we've added someone, we can edit several parameters like their job, money, house, and more. Of course, we can always use the character creator to customize them even more granularly.
You can watch the video below.
Life by You will hit early access on Steam and the Epic Games Store for PC on September 12. The game's development is led by the studio's general manager Rod Humble, whom you may know for his works on The Sims franchise and Second Life.
The game was teased during an event early last month and then fully revealed a couple of weeks later with the first trailer. We also saw another gameplay video showing how you can manually control your human and even drive a car around town.
If you're interested in simulation games, Paradox and Colossal Order also announced Cities: Skylines successor Cities: Skylines II during the same event. That's coming for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PS5 in 2023, including Game Pass.