If you don’t know what The Sims 4 is, it’s basically a life simulator game, similar to its predecessors. Create your sim and live out your dream life! Do everything from buying or creating your dream house to flying into outer space as your dream job. Have kids, or don’t, no one’s there to stop you. Manage your Sims’ emotions, form relationships of any type. Build yourself a castle with the new and improved build mode tools. Set your house on fire, or become the meanest hooligan in town. Anything is possible in this game if you believe hard enough.
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Now you can wufagoo on your console!
The Sims 4 is now available for pre-order on PlayStation4 and Xbox One, and doing so will provide you with additional benefits! The Perfect Patio stuff pack comes with all pre-order editions, but the Deluxe Party Edition comes with additional in-game content! Pre-ordering The Sims 4 on the console will also allow you to start playing earlier than the rest who didn’t talk about bragging rights. Just me? Okay. The console port is set to release on November 14, 2017. Read more about it here.
But with every game comes their pet, bugs. I think the reason why the game took so long to port to console was due to the massive amount of bugs in the game, small and big. In addition to that, EA rapidly released expansions for The Sims 4, which added more problems to the already full cup. Even now the game isn’t completely bug-free, but I’m interested to see how well the game will port to console. Also, can we have vehicles already? Hello The Sims 5, please? Let’s hope EA sticks to their word of a 2019 release. Oh and, check out these funny confessions from sims players that I’m sure you’re just as guilty of.