The Sims 4 has finally received a big feature missing at launch. Pools were added to the game through a free update to the game today.
The Sims 4 players are getting a bunch of new content over the coming months. Surprisingly enough, they won't have to pay for these additions.
Fans, gamers and fanatics of The Sims had an opportunity to volley some questions off The Sims 4 producer, Grant Rodiek. One of the users made a list of things they would love to see in The Sims 5, but Rodiek quickly shot down any possibility of a sequel at the moment.
The Sims 4 is not exactly a challenging game but Maxis included several cheat codes for players who want a helping hand. These cheats let you protect your Sims from death or shower them in money, among other things.
As is typical with most large games, The Sims 4 suffered lots of digitally pirated copies making their way throughout certain gaming circles upon its release. What a lot of the pirates didn't know was that the game's failsafe was to slowly pixelate the screen until the entire game is censored.
Maxis is on the verge of launching The Sims 4. Players who log into the game tonight will find an important patch waiting for them.
We're now close enough to The Sims 4's release date to get a launch trailer. Maxis has released a minute-and-a-half of new gameplay footage showing off the many faces of the Sims.
The executive editor at IGN has noted that the upcoming life-simulator from Maxis and Electronic Arts will have its review copies withheld until after the game is made available to the general public.
A new 10 minute gameplay video has surfaced for The Sim 4, with a detailed look at how some of the new gameplay features work, what some of the new and improved elements are like and how well some of the features work.
Some new owners of The Sims 4 will be getting free rewards at launch. EA revealed this weekend that they're giving out bonuses to gamers with extensive Sims 3 experience.
EA has released the minimum system requirements for The Sims 4. They only shared the specs for one platform, though.
Electronic Arts has been on a short roll lately with trying to desperately turn around how people view the company. Just as they were about to head back into the “hated” territory, they pulled out a couple of quick moves to satiate the audience, one of which includes giving away The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection... for free.
The Sims 4 will be borrowing a page from Battlefield 4's playbook. The game will offer players a Premium membership that provides early access to DLC.
Electronic Arts and Maxis released a new video of footage they showcased at this year's E3 event behind closed doors. Now, the entire public gets to see what only a select few managed to witness at the largest video game event of the year.
Recently, the company made a more visible blog posting about the absence of toddlers and pools, getting into a few of the tech specs behind the decision.