Owners of Xbox One and PS4 were delighted with the announcement that Sims 4 would be coming to consoles, but that they had to wait a while. Can you imagine that much excitement for a game that is finally coming to your device? But the happiness was short lived as it was announced that users of the aforementioned game consoles may have to stretch their patience a little bit more.
Enthusiasts of Sims 4 who own Xbox One and PS4 might have the idea that Electronic Arts (EA) is toying with their feelings, but the truth is, migrating the game to the platform has been a bit of a challenge. As noted in articles published here on Neurogadget, the game might be available in 2017 rather than late 2016.
Despite delays, there are reports that EA would release Sims 4 for Xbox One and PS4 at the end of spring. Then again, this speculation hasn’t exactly been verified by the company itself. What is certain is that the company is really trying to port the PC game into game consoles. It’s just that they have been running into a lot of bugs in their attempts.
As a consumer, would you rather have a bug-laden version by the end of spring or a somewhat perfect game at the right time? Patience is definitely a virtue in the “will Sims 4 ever make it to consoles” situation. But it’s one that definitely must be exercised given the lack of updates regarding an official release.
What seems certain now is a new DLC for The Sims 4. Right now, it looks like the name is The Sims 4 Dine Out. A screenshot appeared on Smyths Toys and was spotted by Sims Community Info indicating the title as such but the image has since been removed.
Even before this visual confirmation, EA already unveiled that the next update will feature a restaurant theme. The teaser video did feature that with its dining atmosphere complete with a waiter.
The pack for Dine Out will most likely feature Movie Hangout Stuff and Romantic Garden Stuff, all of which has been released previously. The release date for this bundle pack is set for May 26, although no official announcements have been made.
Since its release, Sims 4 has had three additional downloadable content, namely Life of the Party, Awesome Animal Hats and Up All Night. Given EA’s success with Sims over the years, there’s no reason to suspect fans won’t be delighted with Dine Out.
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