The first time a Sim died on me, my surviving Sims circled the body and cried their eyes out. Personally, I didn’t feel the need to mourn. I was far too fascinated by the fact that the Grim Reaper had turned up to take the Sim away.
After going to work with the first expansion pack, The Sims 4 is adding a European-themed world this fall with Get Together. While the intercontinental additions seem nice, the coolest part of the new expansion is a fleshed out friendship system.
Behold, the debut trailer for Sims 4’s next expansion pack, called Get Together. The pack features a new, European-themed destination, and copious amounts of partying. It will be available in November.
The Sims is a very additive game. It never really stops or “ends” the way many single-player games do; it just keeps getting bigger and bigger. This week, a handful of small but much-needed new tools dropped into The Sims 4.
The Sims 4 is getting a new “Spa Day” game pack on July 14th, EA has announced. In addition to letting your Sims hang out and bump uglies in the sauna, the DLC gives Sims a new “wellness” skill they can develop “by giving massages, doing Yoga, and Meditating.” Woo-hoo!
Well here’s a nice little piece of content. In its latest update for The Sims 4 today, EA added a whole new world to the game. No, not the Aladdin kind. But that would be pretty awesome too.
The Sims modders. Is there anything they can’t do?
The Sims 4 had a controversial launch last fall for one main reason: unlike its immediate predecessor, the game didn’t feature toddlers. Not much has changed in the months since. And for many longtime fans, that’s the entire problem with The Sims 4. And why they’re walking away from their beloved game series.
The Sims 4 is releasing its first “Stuff Pack” next week on May 19th for $10, EA has announced. It’s a “Luxury Pack,” which means it adds a bunch of fancy high-end furniture and clothing to the game, as well as two objects with new Sim actions associated with them: a drinking fountain and a banquet table. Snazzy!
Sims modders have always been some of the best in the business. But even by their high high standards, this new “Go To School” mod for The Sims 4 has to be the coolest, most ambitious player-made project I’ve seen for the game so far. It adds a whole school system to the game. Impressive!
The Sims 4’s first expansion pack launched in late March with a lot of exciting promises. New careers, and corresponding workplaces! Better yet, aliens! If only we knew then what we know now. We might’ve been able to prepare for the extraterrestrial invasion and the sudden spate of unwanted male pregnancies.
The Sims 4's first expansion pack comes out this week. In addition to all the cool new career-focused additions Get To Work brings to the game, it also adds aliens into the mix. Here's what you need to do to find them.
Heads up: The Sims 4 is now out for Mac. If you own the PC game, you can get the new version for free. If you're just starting out, make sure to check out our tips for how to improve your Sims experience. Or how to kill your Sims once you start to get bored. System requirements are listed on the game's FAQ page.
Here's a cool new way to try playing The Sims 4: the creator of one of popular "legacy challenges" recently came up with an idea for another custom mode he's calling the "moments challenge." It adds neat short-term objectives and funny punishments (like grounding your Sims). Check out the rules here and give it a shot!
The Sims 4 is getting its first full-blown expansion pack in April, developer EA announced today. Known as "Get To Work," the pack adds new jobs with full-blown workplace locations you can actually visit and play around in. That's pretty darn exciting. Less thrilling is the $40 price tag.
Well, it's finally happening. Nested underneath an announcement about the game's first paid DLC, The Sims 4 developers confirmed today that a Mac version will be arriving very soon. As in, next month. I know, I know: Took them long enough!