Your dream home is their liv­ing night­mare

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If you’ve yearned to ‘test life’s lim­its in a world with­out rules’, and failed the au­di­tions for Big Brother, then news of The Sims head­ing back to PlayS­ta­tion af­ter an eight-year hia­tus will make your sum­mer.

Orig­i­nally re­leased on PC, the PlayS­ta­tion 4 edi­tion will fea­ture all the things we’ve come to love about the god game: de­sign­ing Sims, giv­ing them fam­i­lies and ca­reers, and pat­ting them out the door of a house built by our but­ton taps.

Ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer Lyn­d­say Pear­son says, “The game de­liv­ers a beau­ti­ful The Sims ex­pe­ri­ence on con­sole and comes packed with tons of the fan-favourite con­tent, so play­ers can look for­ward to the unique game­play, self­ex­pres­sion, and fun that have come to be tent­poles of The Sims brand. The pos­si­bil­i­ties to play with life are as end­less as the play­ers’ cre­ativ­ity.”

So what’s changed in eight years? The Sims-verse has got more de­tailed. You can now cus­tomise ev­ery­thing from your Sims’ hair colour and styles to their life as­pi­ra­tions. The snap-it-to­gether house-build­ing tool means erect­ing a home for your lit­tle peo­ple to live in is even eas­ier too.

If you pre-or­der The Sims 4 you’ll get the The Sims 4 Per­fect Pa­tio Stuff pack for free – just the thing if you like hot tubs. Go a step fur­ther and or­der the The Deluxe Party Edi­tion and you’ll re­ceive even more re­wards, in­clud­ing a Flam­ing Tiki Bar ( the place to be seen) and an­i­mal hats.

If you want to be re­warded for ru­in­ing some­one’s life, start here.


What crazy an­tics will you get up to in The Sims 4? Write in and let us know.

Your Sims will live out their lives for your plea­sure, and will even marry.

The Build mode en­ables you snap to­gether a home and dec­o­rate it.

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