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Metro: Should you make the move over to The Sims 4?



Has the chance to create your very own twisted Sim in The Sims 4 create a Sim demo piqued your interest?

The Sims 4 will be in stores in only a few weeks, but reception to the new game has been mixed, largely down to what players feel they will be missing out on.

The Sims 3 has been around for long enough to gather an absolute mass of additional content from the likes of Expansions, Stuff Packs and DLC. The result is that serious Sims players have almost no limits in how they play with the life simulator game.

Making the move over to The Sims 4 will mean losing much of that limitless entertainment. The most highly publicized loss is that of Toddlers and Swimming Pools, which EA have confirmed will not be in the game at launch, but have not ruled out making an appearance down the line, possibly in an expansion or update.

The launch of the Create-A-Sim Demo on Origin is the first chance that many players will have to check out the new, more emotional Sims from The Sims 4, and decide whether or not to spend their money on the game when it launches.

The create a Sim demo is very limited in its scope, allowing the player only to create young adult Sims. There are a nice selection of traits and aspirations available, along with a moderately stocked wardrobe.

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