Users who love to play The Sims 4 are probably anticipating the day that it’ll be released for the Xbox One and PS4. However, if the rumors are true, this is unlikely to happen in the near future.
During late 2015 and early 2016, rumors were circulating that The Sims 4 would be released on these two gaming systems in March. March is came and left with no console game versions. And, Electronic Arts (EA), the publisher of The Sims 4, has yet to make any official statement regarding the much-anticipated release.
Based on the rumors, the developers have been dealing with technical problems, which includes turning games into their console versions. This is the reason no console games have been released.
Reports have suggested EA will release console versions of their games within two years after they’ve been released on the Mac and Windows. Since the Windows version for The Sims 4 was released in September 2014 and the Mac version was released in February 2015, it stands to reason that the console versions could make their introduction to the market in 2016 or 2017.
Game fans are keeping themselves entertained while waiting patiently for the Xbox One and PS4 versions. The developed made an update available on March 22 to fix bugs and offer some new challenges for players. One was the Egg Challenge, where players had to collect a dozen Easter eggs to attain a stuffed bunny. The other one was the Spring Challenge, where players had to find Jasmine Holiday, an interactive character, that grows and harvest fruit.
The challenges ended on April 21, which means gamers needed to collect eggs and harvest fruit right away.
Game players may soon see the Restaurant Game Pack, giving them access to clubs, cafes and bars. With The Sims 4 now offering up restaurants, players can let their Sims have a wonderful eating experience while out in public. This will include looking at a menu, paying the check and, if they really want to be dirty, leaving before the check is paid.
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