The Sims 4 Coming This September

Electronic Arts has finally announced when we can live virtual lives through their new game,  The Sims 4. The Sims 4 will be hitting PC starting September 2, 2014 in North America.  A new trailer showing new gameplay can be seen right below. Check it out:



The Sims 4 takes this best-selling franchise to an entirely new generation. Our new Sims have been reinvented into smarter, emotionally rich characters who come to life through a combination of their free will and player direction. Players control the mind, body, and now the heart of these new Sims and bring their stories to life with richness and texture that has never before been possible in the franchise. Pair these revolutionary new Sims with brand new creative tools that are powerful, tactile, and easy to use, and the all-new Gallery, which allows players to access other players’ The Sims 4 user generated content directly from the game, and the result is a stimulating new gameplay experience that powers a new era for The Sims.


Make sure to check out The Sims 4 starting September 2 , 2014 on PC. Pre-orders are available at Those who pre-order now will receive the Limited Edition which comes with the Life of the Party Digital Content.



One Response to “The Sims 4 Coming This September”

  1. Confirmed Missing
    -No Create-A-Style [Confirmed cannot be added back later]
    -No Colour Wheel [Confirmed cannot be added back later]
    -No Swimming Pools
    -No swimming in the sea or rivers, etc.
    -No swimwear
    -No Toddlers age stage
    -No skin tone slider
    -No opacity slider for makeup
    -No shopping (Clothes, groceries, etc.)
    -No Favourites (food, music, and color)
    -No Left handed or right handed sims
    -No Dinner proposals
    -No Hireable gardeners
    -No WooHoo Skill
    -No Tragic clown
    -No Hot tubs
    -No Basements
    -No Social bunny
    -No Private schools
    -No Adoption though townies and NPCs
    -No Random deaths
    -No Sitting on the arms of chairs, couches etc.
    -No 64bit version of the game
    -No Storey Progression other than aging, dying and move in/out
    -No Rabbit-holes [No Work, Schools, Shops – Sims just vanish from Lot]
    -No Trams (They are decor only)
    -No Steamboats (They are decor only)
    -No Garages or driveways
    -No Bicycles or scooters
    -Maximum Lot size now limited to just 50×50
    -Loading Screens for Worlds
    -Loading Screens Neighbourhoods
    -Loading Screens for individual Lots/Families
    -Only 5 Hoods per World
    -Only 1 to 5 lots per Hoods
    -So only 9 to 21 lots per World (Most likely 14)
    -Only 1 World supplied in Base Game
    -All buildings on a Lot get the same foundation (no choice)
    -Buildings can only have 3 floors (plus a foundation and a roof)
    -Teens, Young Adults, Adults and Elders are all the same height.
    -Hair isn’t as realistic as TS3
    -Textures are blurry and lack bump mapping
    -Lots of so called new features are already in The Sims 3, E.g.:
    Multi-tasking Sims (The Sims 3 can read and relax in bed, watch TV while chatting, chat in groups, etc)
    Emotional moods (currently in the form of Moodlets in The Sims 3)

    Unconfirmed but believed to be true
    -No terrain sculpting
    -No user creatable ponds
    -No split-level homes
    -No Cars (They are decor only)
    -No Ghosts or any other Supernatural creatures

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