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Life simulation video game “The Sims 4” was released during September 2014 on Microsoft Windows. In February 2015, the game was released on the Mac. However, it will soon be available for two other popular game consoles: Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Based on various reports, developers will ready these games for the Microsoft and Sony game consoles but they’re currently having technical problems.



According to ChristianToday, developers want to offer The Sims 4 on both consoles, with the hope that the game would have been released sometime during the month of March. However, Electronic Arts has yet to announce anything about this possibility.

The fans have not lost their hope, thinking the game is going to come with an array of updates and DLCs for both Mac and Windows. And, this is possible should developers port The Sims 4 to the PS4 and Xbox One. However, the developers are dealing with a number of issues that could potentially hinder the release.

The Sims 4 got an update on March 22 called “Spring Challenge”. The patch was equipped with an Easter egg hunt along with a growfruit challenge and bug fixes. Players can move their wall-hanging items fairly easily and they should see visual changes that were made with the galley. Game developers also came up with several skill-building fixes that relate to the Cupcake machine.

When it comes to the growfruit, players will have to find the Jasmine Holiday that’s found in the Community Garden of Oasis Springs or Willow Creek. Holiday will interact with players in five differing ways, wearing a pink blazer. Players can get a Growfruit Starter Pack through the Growfruit Challenge or Egg Hunt.

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