Game: The Sims 4 Publisher: EA Games Release Date: November 17th, 2017 Developer: Maxis, The Sims Studio Platforms: Xbox One, PS4 Review: Coming Soon
The Sims 4 Console Release Trailer:
The Sims 4 Console Release Game Details:
The Sims 4 is finally releasing on consoles. For the first time, Xbox One and PS4 players will be able to jump into the world’s most popular simulator game. The Sims 4 focuses on simulating the life cycle of humans. It goes through creating your character to building them a home, career, family and more. The game finds a special place in fans hearts for its addicting, light and simply fun atmosphere.
In The Sims 4, console release players will find themselves in a similar boat to PC fans. So, players on both experience building a life for their created character. One of the fan favorite aspects of The Sims is building houses and decorating the property. This too is back in a way that allows players even more options.
Like in most The Sims titles, players can build up entire communities where real life rules hardly apply. The Sims 4 is like players home away from home for obvious reasons. Dive into The Sims 4 on your home console for a shot at building the life you’ve always dreamed of!
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The Sims 4 Console Release Story Overview:
Well, The Sims 4 isn’t really a ‘story’ focused game, however, this is still an important element to our Games Library. The Sims 4 really focuses on building your simulated life in the way you’d hope for it to turn out in real life. So, the ‘story’ of the game is really in your hands, to say the least. You choose your own career, who your friends with, how you look and dress. Also, you can even control what your character says and does to other Sims. In that retrospective, you are the writer of you The Sims 4 story so it can turn out however you wish. Due to the lack of actual story elements of the game, you can consider yourself the one who twists the plot.
The Sims 4 Console Release Per-Order & Deluxe Edition:
There are pretty much just two version of The Sims 4 available for console however they are very similar. Anyone who pre-orders The Sims 4 for their home console gets what is known as the “The Perfect Patio Stuff Pack!”
Those who get The Sims 4 in pre-order unlocks “The Perfect Patio Stuff Pack!” This pack includes extra content intended to decorate player’s patios. The advertisement of the pack features Sim’s gathered in a hot tub so the writing is pretty much on the wall when it comes to what it includes.
Also, there is a Deluxe Editions of the game. Due to the minor differences, there isn’t a huge price difference between the versions of the game. For only ten dollars more players can purchase The “Deluxe Party Edition” of the game. For $59.99 instead of the games release day $49.99 price tag players get 3-day early access to The Sims 4 game. Along with the 3-day early access to playing the game, players also nab “The Perfect Patio Stuff Pack!”