The Sims 4 Coming to Xbox One and PS4 in November

EA and Maxis have announced that the living simulator sensation The Sims 4 will be releasing on Xbox One and PS4. Having only been released on PC so far,...
The Sims 4

EA and Maxis have announced that the living simulator sensation The Sims 4 will be releasing on Xbox One and PS4. Having only been released on PC so far, the game will bring the creativity and freedom of choice to consoles later this year, when it releases worldwide on November 17th.

There is no denying that The Sims franchise has a playerbase that is cherishes the game, which has made it a mainstay on the PC platform for so many years. The Sims 4 aims to bring the same connection to console players when it launches later this year, as a whole new wave of fans are welcomed to an unpredictable and entertaining way of living.

Executive Producer Lyndsay Pearson is excited to bring The Sims 4 to consoles, something that has been long-awaited by fans, and will offer the best possible experience for console players:

“The game delivers a beautiful The Sims experience on console and comes packed with tons of the fan-favourite content, so players can look forward to the unique gameplay, self-expression, and fun that have come to be tentpoles of The Sims brand. The possibilities to play with life are as endless as the players’ creativity.”

The Sims 4 will be bringing the unique gameplay experience from the PC base game, and will follow up the further content updates beyond the game’s launch. Console players can also expect game updates and extra content releases after its launched too.

The Sims 4 will be available worldwide on November 17th for Xbox One and PS4. Fans who pre-order now can get their hands on the Perfect Patio Stuff pack for a bunch of additional content.

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