‘The Sims 4’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: ‘City Living’ Coming this November

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Sep 15, 2016 12:00 AM EDT

After months of wondering how EA and Maxis can jack up game interest, “The Sims 4” will be getting a new DLC pack this November. The add-on will be the paid “City Living” expansion which can now be pre-ordered for $40 for Mac and Windows.

“The Sims 4: City Living” will place gamers in an entirely new setting, the urban landscape. In a way, it comes close to that rumored “City Life” that was previously spotted on a Brazilian website. Much of that was reported earlier this month. In the same report, it was also mentioned that a “The Sims 4” expansion is coming in the Fall, the same period when the “City Living” expansion is coming out.

Game Brief

As the title of the expansion pack connotes, “The Sims 4: City Living” will challenge players and their ‘Sims’ via the urban landscape. There will be four neighborhoods in San Myshuno where various activities can be undertaken, Engadget reported.

That includes attending street festivals and visiting local bars, a new cultural angle for players to check out. Apart from that, there is the challenge of seeing how Sims can survive the downtown life where they will have to work their up for a better life.

That includes initially living in a tiny apartment and work your way towards the penthouse, with nuisances included as in the normal world. To aid that climb, new careers in politics, sports and painting are to be expected for the upcoming “The Sims 4” DLC.

With a lot to mention, it will be interesting if the “City Living” DLC will be something “The Sims 4” gamers will pay for. It is set for a November 1 release so paying $40 up front will be up for debate.

The “City Living” DLC pack offers a new take as EA and Maxis try to add some actual urban living to the mix. Folks who want something new may seriously want to look into this interesting expansion pack for a ‘change’.

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