The Sims 4 is the latest addition to the Sims franchise, which has been successful at its launch. Initially, fans felt the Sims 4 was lacking several key features, and it has now received a ton of free patches, new content, and additional features to improve the base game. The Sims experience was initially anticipated, although fans were surprised by the fact that the developer has remained vigilant over the years.
A wide range of post-launch adventures have been offered by The Sims 4 as a result of the latest EA and Maxis release package. The Sims 4: High School Years includes a new trailer and a release date of 28th July.
Getting Back To School
As players navigate the drama-heavy halls of high school, high school can be a challenging time in life, and The Sims 4 is attempting to bring its own unique range of life simulation to the experience. Depending on whether or not to pick up a locker, gamers will be able to relax and skip classes, or pull some pranks.
As they battle hormones and unfair curfews, The Sims 4 will offer gamers the opportunity to perform their very own 'promposal' and take their crush to the dance. Besides the age-old tradition of awkward dancing in the gymnasium and spiking the punch bowl, the teacher is turned the other way. Weekly exams, detentions to avoid, and the chance to take a date to Plumbite Pier's amusement park in between school commitments.
Additional Sims 4 Content
Sims will be able to get started by curating and selling outfits to the local thrift store and cafe, ThrifTea, or using their flair as a stylist to become a Simfluencer.
As a result of the High School Years, the game will add more ways to socialize and live as an angry teen.
The Sims 4 is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox One, as well as Xbox Series X/S.