The Sims 4

The Sims 4

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The Sims 4 was first published in 2014, as the fourth game in the line of The Sims titles. You'll find here on loads of Sims 4 guides to help bother beginners and experienced players of the game.

Welcome to our Sims 4 guide, we’ll be discussing what you need to know about this game as well as all of it’s different quirks. We hope that you’ll be able to familiarize yourself with what the Sims 4 has to offer to you.

The Sims franchise is a series where you decide what you want to do with characters in your game called the Sims, these are people that you create, and you can form their personalities and customize how they look. Depending on which Sims game you play, you can have instances where you can create villages, or even cities.

Each Sim that you create can have their own personality, as well as careers. You can also make your Sims interact with each other and form new relationships. The Sims is a game that has a lot of possibilities on how you want to play due to its in-depth customization.

This is the fourth series of the Sims and has been released with the base game, as well as expansion contents. As of November 15, 2019, eight expansion packs have been released, with the 9th one being released on June 5th, 2020. The game also extended with sixteen “Stuff Packs”, eight “Game packs” as well as updates that include the addition of the toddler life stage.

The content that has been released over time provides you with new ways of playing. You can determine how you’ll shape up the world that you are going to create for your Sims. In this guide, we’ll be discussing different aspects of the game to help you out with your Sims 4 journey.

What is the base game composed of?
What does it mean if the Sims 4 has a base game? Well, when the Sims 4 was released, you’ll receive the base version of the game. The Sims 4 was available last 2014 and there have been numerous updates that have been provided over the years in the form of expansions and additional content. Depending on the type of Sims 4 you have purchased, you can get different expansions added already. When downloading the Sims 4, all versions of the game have one thing in common and this is the base game.

The base game is necessary before you purchase any other expansion and content. The basic gameplay elements of Sims 4 are provided in the base game, this also means that the capabilities of your sims, the locations in the game, and some tools when creating your world have a specific amount included in. The base game lets you experience the following features:

· Create A Sim
· Careers, Traits, and Aspirations
· Skills
· Collections
· Family Tree
· Building relationships
· Legacy Challenge (Create a sim and make the family line last 10 generations)
· Life stages (Baby, Toddler, Child, Teenager, Young Adult, Adult, Elder)
· Expanded Gender Options (Hairstyles and outfits for both male and female available and more)
· Build and Buy Mode for neighborhoods and landscaping
· The Gallery (Social features to import Sims, lots, and publishing your creation)
· Different base worlds and lots

Starting out with the base game will provide you with a select number of neighborhoods that you can choose your Sim to live in. Other locations of the game can be acquired through the game’s expansions. You’ll also be able to have different collections of items in the game that you can acquire based on the purchase that you have created.

Once you have purchased any expansion or pack, it will be added on top of your base game therefore you’ll have more access to features such as locations, careers, skills, and more. Some of these will provide brand new ways to play the game as well.

This covers our overview of the game, please stay tuned in our website as we cover different aspects of gameplay. We’ll provide you with guides, tips, and tricks in order for you to have a better experience.
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