Starting October 18, 2022, The Sims 4 base game will be available as a free download for all new players on PC via the EA app or Origin, Mac via Origin, Steam, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/ S and Xbox One.
EA has announced that it will share more information about what’s in the works for The Sims 4 during a special edition stream, Behind the Sims Summit October 18, 2022 at 10 a.m. PDT via The Sims YouTube and Twitch channels, also available on demand.
EA Play and EA Play Pro members will enjoy an enhanced experience when The Sims 4 members-only bundles are added to the Play List on October 18.
The Sims 4 EA Play Edition includes The Sims 4 Get to Work Expansion Pack, while the EA Play Pro Edition includes both The Sims 4 Get to Work Expansion Pack and The Sims Stuff Pack 4 Toddlers.
Additionally, from September 14 through October 17, all players who purchased The Sims 4 base game will receive the Desert Luxe Bundle as a gift.
With the Desert Luxe Kit, Sims can relax in their modern oasis with luxurious indoor and outdoor furniture, inspired by the natural landscape of the southwest desert and materials like stone and wood. To use the Desert Luxe kit, simply log into the game and it will be available in the main menu for you to claim.
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