The Sims 4: Best One Yet?


The Sims 4 is the new, and improved, life-like video game, where you can control the life of your own specialized sim. People who had the game have been requesting lots of more changes with the bugs and problems that they had experienced in Sims 1, 2, and 3.


Will Wright created the gameplay of the original Sims. The original Sims headquarters for the videogame is located in Redwood City, California. The release date of the new Sims 4 was September 2, 2014. The Sims 4 is on Microsoft Windows and soon to be on Mac OS X, for the first time in Sims history! The gamemakers don’t know when yet, but it should be coming out pretty soon, just in time for Christmas. If you speak another language, thankfully you are able to change the language in the option section. In this advanced addition of the Sims 4, everyone has been waiting for particular updates, such as a gallery to search items, places, and people. On the gallery, you can download other users houses, lots, and sims. The Sims 4 has a price of just $39.99, which isn’t bad for a videogame where you can manage sims with a click of a button. But Sims 4 is rated T for crude humor, inappropriate themes, and violence. Surprisingly, you might think that there would be more updates, but the makers lacked a few on this one, such like the ability to have toddlers or to join open world with other Sims live.

A student on the Kraemer campus, named Alec C., was asked for comment. “I am so glad that the gamemakers were able to change the content and upgrade every error that needed to be fixed,” he said. “If they didn’t make another Sims quicker, I would’ve had a heart attack.” So, are you gonna go buy the “new-and-improved” Sims 4?