The Sims 4 have yet to say their last word. In order to complete the many expansions as well as the multiple item packs that are arriving in a sustained manner, Electronic Arts has just announced the arrival of a new type of expansion: Kits.
Soon seven years old and still all his teeth. Here is an expression which illustrates well the journey accomplished by The sims 4. Electronic Arts’ hit franchise may be a little more low-key than it once was, but it’s still here and continues to woo audiences year after year. with additions and new features for an ever more personalized experience. Last week, for example, marked the arrival of The Sims 4: Paranormal Stuff Kit, which adds a lot of new equipment in addition to offering some additional gameplay mechanics. But even after all these years, Electronic Arts continues to look for a way to bring more and more new things to its series.
This is howa new type of extension has just been announced by the publisher. Soberly entitled “Kits”, it will take the form of “Very small packs” offering of “Great possibilities”. Indeed, it will be more precisely mini-collections of content specially created to enhance your play style with more choices, always around a specific theme. The first three Kits are already available: they are “Retro Look”, “Rustic Kitchen” and “Spring Cleaning”. The first includes a collection of sportswear in retro colors, the second a new collection of kitchen furniture and the last new states of mind and new rewards for your sims, related to cleanliness.
You will have understood it therefore, despite the fact that the name can easily lead to confusion with us, Kits should not be confused with Item Kits. They also aim to bring new objects, of course, but also new gameplay to further deepen the experience of The Sims 4. To distinguish them more easily, you can refer in particular to their price: Kits are sold at only € 4.99, compared to € 9.99 for Item Kits. This will allow us to continue to wait quietly while waiting for an announcement concerning the Sims 5, which would already be under development for more than a year if we are to believe the words of Andrew Wilson, CEO of the Sims 5. ‘Electronic Arts.