The Sims™ 4

Get The Sims™ 4

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The Sims™ 4

Get the The Sims™ 4


This game is available on such platforms as PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 1, and MacOs.
Basically, the game is not free. The only available free versions of Sims 4 are mobile downloads (The Sims Mobile and The Sims Freeplay). You can also play a free demo version for 48 hours, with EA Play.
You can purchase it on the official website. The link can be found on the game’s page. All you need to do is press the ‘Download’ button, and you will be redirected to the store needed.
Yes, you can play The Sims™ 4 offline. Once the game has been installed, you can choose to go offline and play The Sims™ 4. However, you won’t be able to access online features like sharing and downloading creations from the Gallery.
You can get a subscription or instant access to the game for $4.99 per month. The annual subscription costs $29.99.
The game requires Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or Windows 10 to function properly.
It supports Korean, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Japanese, Czech, Brazilian, Portuguese, Spanish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Italian, Swedish, Russian, French, Polish, German, and English.
In The Sims™ 4, you can have up to eight Sims in one household. This limit includes any combination of adults, children, and pets. If you want to play with more than eight Sims, you'll need to split them into separate households.
Your Sims can earn Simoleans (the in-game currency) in several ways. They can get a job and earn a regular income, they can sell items they've crafted or found, they can earn tips from skills like playing an instrument, or they can use a cheat. It's also possible to earn Simoleans by gardening, fishing, or doing other activities.
If your Sim gets stuck in The Sims™ 4, try to reset them. You can do this by opening the cheat console with Ctrl+Shift+C, typing "resetsim Firstname Lastname" (replace "Firstname Lastname" with your Sim's name), then pressing Enter. This will reset your Sim's position to a safe spot nearby.