The Sims 4: Get Together

Take your sims out to party around town

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  • Category:

    Role Playing

  • Works under:

    Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8.1

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  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Full Version

The Sims 4: Get Together expands on the popular role-playing game, and the entire point of this second expansion is to hang out with other sims while enjoying the club and party scene in the new neighborhood.

This expansion takes place in a new town called Winderburg, which was inspired by European style and culture. The neighborhood was clearly designed for leisure, and it provides a whole host of options for partying the night away.

There are a number of amazing clubs spread throughout Winderburg, and the options are much more thorough and diverse than the clubs that already exist in the base game. Your sims will have a blast in certain clubs, but they might not enjoy others. It's all about taste, and The Sims 4: Get Together provides the perfect opportunity for leisure in whatever form your sim prefers. Their individual characteristics will have a lot to do with what scenes they like and what scenes they'd prefer to avoid.

Perhaps you know your sims are fond of alcohol and dancing, in which case a nightclub would be the perfect choice. Maybe they are a bit more laid back, and they might prefer the setting of a natural pool or an outdoor bonfire. The options are nearly endless.

There are a number of preset locations in The Sims 4: Get Together, but the player can also create customized clubs and locations with certain characteristics that might not be found in the existing locales. You can create a club that only allows certain sims inside, including those that have mastered some skill or who wear a specific attire. This helps the sim attract more of what they connect with on a natural scale.

Players will be able to customize their sim with a number of new options, including new clothing, hairstyles, accessories, and general household items. There are also new interactions between sims and certain items, and there are even two new skills for your sim to learn, which are DJ'ing and dancing.

The real area where this expansion shines is in the number of activities that are available when visiting clubs. The social element of the game has finally opened up, and it actually seems as if the sims are enjoying their time socializing with each other. Not only that, but the player can create these interactions and activities in just about any setting imaginable. No two players should ever create the same club scene.

Despite the fact this is only an expansion of the original The Sims 4, this game includes one of the largest districts in either the base game or any other expansion. Winderburg is incredibly vast, diverse, and gorgeous, and the district doesn't have the same empty feeling of the base game. Since this expansion is centered on socializing, it has the potential to be the greatest sims game ever created.

  • More Club Variety
  • Beautiful Neighborhood
  • New Activities & Interactions
  • No New Sims

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