When Electronic Arts (EA) released the latest expansion pack to the life simulation video game “The Sims 4” last month officially titled “The Sims 4: Get to Work,” it provided gamers three brand new careers.
These three new professions include being a doctor, being a policeman, and being a scientist. Each profession comes with a new fully playable career venue that would enable gamers plenty of ways to fulfil the ambitions of their Sims, notes the EA website.
What most gamers do not know yet or has to fully explore still is that they can actually create their Sim’s own retail business while taking advantage of their respective Sim’s skills, profession, and hobbies to earn the game cash called Simoleons.
Creating a unique retail business
“The Sims 4: Get to Work” expansion pack actually allows gamers to create any number and type of retail business that they want including bakeries, clothing boutique, art galleries, bookstores, among others.
They can use the Build Mode to customize every facet of their Sim’s retail business. They can select items to sell, manage their employees, and sell products, services, or goods directly to customers.
The expansion pack also allows players to check out and learn a whole new set of skills that will allow their Sims to create even more unique objects.
Sims can now capture the picture-perfect photo or decorate and bake a delicious cake with the new Photography and Baking skills included in the expansion pack. The produce that the Sim can make, display, and then sold to other Sims customers will enable him to earn a few extra Simoleons.
When it was released in April, “The Sims 4: Get to Work” expansion pack came out on both the PC and the Mac.
Star Wars costume
On May 4, EA released a patch note for “The Sims 4” which it called as the ‘May the 4th be with you’ update.
Given the intonation of the patch note name to the familiar ‘May the Force be with you’ line from the “Star Wars” movie franchise, the update actually honors the series by making available three new costumes for player sims.
These are Boba Fett, Darth Maul, and Jedi Master Aayla Secura. The three new additions make a total of seven existing costumes from the “Star Wars” universe in “The Sims 4,” that previously included the likes of Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker’s rebel fight suit, Princess Leia, and a Yoda tunic designed for children Sims.
Donning the new “Star Wars” get-ups would give the players’ sims the ability to scare their neighbors off their wits and feet.
In addition to the new “Star Wars” costumes, the ‘May the 4th be with you’ patch note also comes with another unique feature where sims can actually influence the gender of their baby before birth.