It may have been seven years ago The Sims 4 was released, but the Sims team is still going strong with updates and expansion packs. For over two decades, fans of video games have flocked to The Sims series for their crazy but low-key gaming experience, which has players as design characters – human or otherwise – and plays out life in creative ways. As part of this, players can design the Sims’ houses, and draw on robust building functions that enable everything from cozy little homes to elaborate mansions. In fact, some players completely ignore the life simulation, spend all their time developing intricate buildings and share them with the official Sims 4 Gallery.
The latest Sims 4 The game package is perfect for those players who spend hours comparing wallpaper samples and rearranging clutter for the perfect built-in look. Not only will the package contain a variety of new furniture options, but it will also introduce a completely new career option that allows Sims to live out their dreams of interior design.
Dream Home Decorator lets Simmers become virtual interior designers
The main focus of Dream Home Decorator is, predictably, a full-fledged interior design career where the Sims will fulfill design brochures according to customers’ likes, dislikes and lifestyles. The Sims Community reports that an official EA live stream confirmed that there will be over 50 gigs, some of which will be limited until the Sims have gained a good enough reputation.
Clients can request everything from a simple room renovation to a comprehensive home supplement, with job complexity increasing as the Sims move up their careers. At the end of each concert, Sims will reveal their designs to their clients for cheers or tears, depending on how well they followed the design information.
Dream Home Decorator joins other Sims 4 game packs to add a lot of content
EA classifies Dream Home Decorator as a “game pack”, which is one of the more complex (and more expensive) types of Sims DLC. This means that Dream Home Decorator will introduce quite a few changes throughout his career, including new furniture and clothing in the game, as well as general improvements in the game. Among the most anticipated additions are new kitchens, cabinets and living room equipment, including modular sofas that match any room shape.
Players with other DLC packs will find that the pack integrates with other expansions. Sims are asked to renovate homes in DLC-specific neighborhoods, and players with Dogs and Cats DLC will see their pets interact with new furniture.
Sims 4 role players will love new character customization options
Although Dream Home Decorator is clearly aimed at builders and interior designers out there, Sims gurus have not left out any players. Apart from the career and home goods, this game pack also includes character customization options, with the Sims VIP fan blog reporting that players can now decide their Sims’ preferred colors, styles, music and more.
The likes and dislikes system will be used in the interior design career, influencing how clients react to the new rooms, but it will also allow Sims to have more nuanced personalities in regular games. In real life, people often go crazy when they are forced to listen to music they hate – now Sims wants to too!
According to EA, Dream Home Decorator dropped on June 1 at 10 PT on both PC and console. If this release follows EA’s usual pattern, the likes and dislikes system will come a little later in a free update available to all game owners.
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