What is “The Sims 4,” you may ask? It’s a game made by EA to go through life, or just mess around.
In “The Sims 4,” players can create a character to go through life, growing up and getting a job, and passing on. Though some people just mess around with the character designs, or build homes. There’s lots of things to do in the game.
As you’re creating your character, you can give it different traits like, outgoing, mean and sneaky, among other characteristics. Once you’ve created a character and get a house, you can go out and meet other Sims. They aren’t real people, of course, but there’s lots of options to interact with them, like giving them hugs, having normal conversations, and asking to hang out. With each interaction, there’s a bunch of different reactions to them. You can become friends with the Sims, create enimies, or get married and create a life with one.
“The Sims 4” has a currency called “Simoleons.” Players can earn these by working or selling furniture. They can use the money to buy a house and decorate it, order food, adopt, and many other options.
Of course, the game has more to offer than that. Players can buy Expansion Packs, Game Packs, and Stuff Packs. These packs might add a new world to live in, have pets, more furniture, or even give the player more clothes to choose from. Every pack is different and adds special things.
I myself have played the game many times, and though you have to buy “The Sims 4,” it’s definitely worth it. I have a lot of fun seeing the different outcomes of each interaction I choose, and each character I make. If you’re thinking about buying “The Sims 4,” then go for it.