fbpx

Must Read

TikTok banned: Here’s what you need if you want to use the app in USA

USA telecom companies have confirmed that a VPN is not enough to bypass the TikTok ban. This...

Trans people want to kill JK Rowling for writing a book about a killer trans

JK Rowling's new book Troubled Blood is upsetting a lot of people because it features a cross...

Pokimane’s boyfriend has reportedly being trolling her fans on Twitter

Pokimane's mysterious boyfriend has reportedly been trolling her fans on Twitter by tweeting super weird messages.

The Sims 4 Island Living: experience paradise

Want to escape the busy city life and live the rest of your days in paradise. The Sims 4 Island Living Expansion Pack gives you a taste of the tropical paradise life.

Electronic Arts Inc. and Maxis today announced that The Sims 4 Island Living Expansion Pack is coming to PC and Mac on June 21st and to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on July 16th. In The Sims 4 Island Living, players can trade in the hustle and bustle of city life in exchange for a laid-back lifestyle on the tropical island of Sulani, where Sims can relax on the beach, enjoy water activities on a glistening ocean, become a conservationist to help keep the beaches in pristine condition and experience all of the cultural traditions this island has to offer.

Other games

- Partnered Sites -

“With Island Living, the development team wanted to give players the chance to escape with their Sims to a peaceful, unique paradise and truly connect with nature,” said Mike Duke, Senior Producer of The Sims 4. “This expansion will enable fans and their Sims to find their bliss, whether it is relaxing under a palm tree on the beach, befriending a mermaid along the coral reefs, or protecting the Sulani environment and ensuring that the island becomes more beautiful than ever.”

Island Life dolphin gameplay | Sausage Roll

The expansion pack introduces the beautiful, sun-soaked world of Sulani, where for the first time in The Sims 4, Sims can enjoy activities in the clear blue waters surrounding the island, setting sail in a peaceful canoe or going on a wild aqua zip ride alongside pods of playful dolphins that surround the island. Sims can also swim to their heart’s content, build sandcastles on the shore, or kick back and relax under the sun. Sims will immerse themselves into the Sulani lifestyle by learning local folklore, tasting traditional delicacies, dressing in tropical garb or decorating their new oasis with objects inspired by the local culture.

The Sims 4 Island Life Screenshot | Sausage Roll

Players can try out a new conservationist career for Sims who want to make a change in their newfound home and play with life like never before. The more Sims clean up and care for their environment, the more lush and full of explosive nature it becomes. Or Sims will take on protecting beachgoers as a lifeguard, taking on odd jobs or fishing for their next meal.

The Sims 4 Island Living

Alongside the reveal of The Sims 4 Island Living, The Sims is proud to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with a new partnership with the It Gets Better Project, a non-profit organisation and global movement to provide hope and encouragement to LGBTQ+ youth. Beginning on June 18th, players will be able to access exclusive It Gets Better and pride in-game clothing in The Sims 4 onPC, The Sims FreePlay and The Sims Mobile, as well as a variety of pride items, including a gender-neutral bathroom door in The Sims 4. Look for this content to come to The Sims 4 on consoles in July.

The Sims family vacation | Sausage Roll

The Sims 4 will see even more new content in the coming months, including the The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff Pack, featuring items from the real life Moschino X The Sims Capsule Collection in-game for Sims to wear, in addition to iconic Moschino fashions and a new part time job as a fashion photographer. Last but not least, players will get to experience something magical with The Sims 4 Realm of Magic Game Pack with more details to be shared later this year.

The Sims 4 Island Living Expansion Pack is not yet rated by the ESRB. For more information and to pre-order The Sims 4 Island Living, please visit www.TheSims.com and check out the blog post here.

Erina Rosehttps://www.sausageroll.com.au/
I was born in Norway and am an experienced game designer who has interned for some of the biggest studios in Europe. I'm now now enjoying the hot Australian sun while writing about my past and passions. You can follow me on Twitter @ErinaWins or contact me via email at [email protected]

More Articles Like This