Rumor has it that EA Games is planning to launch ‘The Sims 4’ in multiple versions, which means that it might just be available for PS4 as well as Xbox One.

The game was introduced back in 2014 for PC users, followed shortly by the Mac variant in the same year. However, some features were missing, such as the “Create a Style”, which lead to many complains. But, in the end courtesy of new DLCs, the problem was fixed. The new expansions that were released also brought a revamped construction system and new personality traits for each character in the game.

PC and Mac users can jump for joy, however what about the rest of the game consoles out there? When Sim 3 was launched, the company also released the latter to the game consoles a year after the PC game version. The question is, should we expect the same thing for ‘The Sims 4’?

Given the fact there are a few more days and counting until the year ends and ‘The Sim 4’ is no were to be seen, we can only hope that the big release for the game consoles will happen in 2016. No confirmations have been received from the EA Games though, so these are mere suppositions.

So, with the game console release on hold , the Mac and PC variants of the game have received the  “The Sims 4 Get Together” expansion. This came out at the beginning of December and it permits gamers to put together groups of Sims that can inspect the Windernburg world. Another neat feature allows gamers to introduce their Sim characters to all kinds of new Clubs, based on their likes and personalities. And if you can’t find a suitable match, the players can create their own Clubs and personalize them to their own liking.

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