The Sims 4 announced this week that two kit packs will be released on January 19. The Simtimates Collection and Bathroom Clutter kit packs add another dimension to the customization options available to the ever-popular life simulator game. If The Sims sticks to the previous patterns, each DLC will be available for around $4.99.
As the name suggests, the Bathroom Clutter pack adds a variety of hair dryers, toothpaste selections, towels, and other miscellaneous items for players to spice up their Sims bathroom experience.
Where things really heat up is the inclusion of the Simtimates Collection Kit, which adds a host of new lingerie and lingerie to ensure your Sims have the “WooHoo” style. According to PC Gamer, The Sims has partnered with underwear brand MeUndies to bring the brand’s colorful patterns into the virtual home.
These two kit packs add endlessly to The Sims 4 DLC’s long and varied roster, thanks to exclusive content support from die-hard fans of the series. The size and impact of the DLC ranges from the harmless inclusion of individual new hairstyles to the addition of entirely new playgrounds like high school.
Despite this comprehensive approach to monetization and the recent bug buzz, The Sims remains a huge hit. Last year, EA reported that the game had been played for a total of 1.4 billion hours. This massive game time saved could be due to the game being free-to-play last October. If so, that means The Sims 4 could see an increase in playtime in 2023.
However, fans of the game should get their playtime now, as the possible release of a new installment of the franchise looms on the horizon. Right after the free-to-play announcement, EA revealed the details of the next-gen The Sims game “Project Renee”. It may be time for The Sims 4 to be released in 2014. While it may take a while, the huge playtime figures and the constant stream of new DLC indicate an evergreen fanbase for the most interesting stuff. the subject of video games – our daily lives.