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The Sims 4

Game Info

Developer
Maxis
Publisher
EA
Release Date
September 2, 2014

The latest iteration in the best-selling EA juggernaut franchise, The Sims 4 was originally released on September 2, 2014, for PC, later being ported to Mac, and then PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. It continues in the footsteps of its predecessors and allows you to create your own world in the Sims universe and control your Sims, choosing their every move and their ultimate fate. The Sims 4 comes with a variety of possibilities for both sadistic torturers and embittered dreamers, and the release of multiple Expansion Packs, Stuff Packs, and Game Packs, not to mention a plethora of online DLC, can give rise to a gamer's wildest dreams. Virtually, of course.

Expansion packs include Get to Work, Get Together, City Living, Cats, and Dogs, Seasons, Get Famous and Island Living. Game packs include Outdoor Retreat, Spa Day, Dine Out, Vampires, Parenthood, Jungle Adventure, Strangerville and Realm of Magic.

 

From the official EA site:

"Enjoy the power to create and control people in a virtual world where there are no rules.

 

Express your creativity as you customize your Sims’ appearances and personalities, and build them the perfect homes. Develop your Sims’ relationships, pursue careers, and explore vibrant new worlds."

And, from the game's official PlayStation 4 console release page:

 

"CREATE UNIQUE SIMS Create a variety of unique Sims with distinct appearances, big personalities, and all-new emotions.

BUILD THE PERFECT HOME Effortlessly build and design homes for your Sims using the new room-based Build Mode.

EXPLORE VIBRANT WORLDS Travel between worlds, explore unique neighborhoods and discover interesting venues.

PLAY WITH LIFE Control the rich and entertaining moments of your Sims’ lives from their relationships to their careers."

 

Aliens, Mermaids, Ghosts, Vampires, PlantSims, and Skeletons await you.

Originally released for PC by EA Games in 2014. Developed by Maxis. Later ported to Mac OS in 2015 and then console - PlayStation 4 and Xbox One - in 2017.