The Sims 4 is a life simulation video game that was released in September 2014 for Microsoft Windows and in February 2015 for Mac, but soon, it will be played on the two popular consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. According to reports, the developers will port the game to these consoles later this year, but currently, they’re facing some technical issues.
ChristianToday said that the developers want to bring The Sims 4 to the PS 4 and Xbox consoles and there were rumors according to which, the game will be released this month for the two consoles, but we’re heading to the end of March and Electronic Arts hasn’t mentioned anything about the console release.
The fans haven’t lost their hope and they believe that the game will come with all the DLCs and updates that have been released for Windows and Mac. This will be possible if the developers will be able to port The Sims 4 to the consoles, although, currently, they’re facing several issues which could delay the console release.
On March 22, The Sims 4 has received a new update dubbed “Spring Challenge”. This patch brought an Easter egg hunt and a growfruit challenge, alongside bug fixes. The players will be able to easily move wall hanging items and they will notice the visual changes that have been made to the gallery. The developers have included a few skillbuilding fixes which are related to the Cupcake machine, which counts toward food prep, the Sim can finally finish reading a book etc.
As for the growfruit (green with yellow and blue stripes), in order to grow it, the players will first need to find Jasmine Holiday, which can be found in the Community Gardens of Willow Creek or Oasis Springs. She wears a pink blazer and will interact in five different ways. The players will ask for Growfruit Starter Pack, for Fertilizer, about Growfruit Challenge or About Egg Hunt and give Growfruit.
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