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Developers supply free weekends with their video games on a regular basis, however it feels extra like a entice when the sport is The Sims 4. Become immersed in EA’s dollhouse creation package and what awaits you is a world of expensive DLC.
But then heck, I like the sport and I’ve solely purchased a handful of content material packs as a result of I preferred the look of the kitchen cabinets. So play The Sims 4 without spending a dime on Steam this weekend, and purchase it at 88% off in the event you prefer it.
This is all to rejoice The Sims sequence’ twenty second birthday. The Sims will not be solely sufficiently old to drink, it is sufficiently old to have plenty of regrets about ingesting.
From February third till February seventh, it is free to play on Steam. If you wish to preserve it past that, from now till February eleventh it’s going to price you £4.19/€4.79 for the fundamental sport or £5.39/€6 for the Digital Deluxe Edition which has a handful of minor extras.
There are additionally reductions on lots of the DLC, together with 30% off Game Packs and Stuff Packs and 50% off Expansion Packs. Of the three, it is the Stuff Packs – which focus solely on including new objects to the sport’s constructing mode – that I’ve purchased up to now.
The motive that The Sims 4’s DLC costs do not hassle me are two-fold. One, I’ve seen the costs of precise dollhouse items. Two, it is simply modded, and the group has created customized content material on a par with something official. You do not want any DLC to have a very good time with The Sims.