Sims 4 Deluxe Party Edition is live on Xbox One
If you’re a Sims fan, get ready for some good news: the Special Deluxe Party Edition of Sims 4 recently went live on Microsoft’s family of Xbox One consoles.
This version of the games comes with the main game along with exclusive digital content including Awesome Animal Hat, Life of the Party, and Up All Night. It also provides users three days of early access to the Sims 4 before the regular version gets released.
Create unique Sims
You can create new unique Sims with various appearances, new emotions, and personalities. You can also sculpt your Sims’ body shape using the new “Create A Sim” tool.
You can then choose a hairstyle, walk style and fashion. Give your Sims’ life a purpose by choosing more traits and aspirations which offer the power to control their mind, heart, and body.
Build the ideal home
You’ll be able to build the perfect home for your Sims effortlessly using the new room-based Build Mode. Build them the home of your own dreams by designing the layout, altering landscape and more.
Explore amazing worlds
You are now able to travel between worlds, explore neighborhoods and also discover all kinds of exciting locations. Take your Sims to visit new communities to expand their social circle, hang out in parks and collect new objects.
Shape Sims’ lives
You will be able to control the rich and entertaining moments of your Sims’ lives starting with their careers and ending with their relationships. Your choices will shape the aspects of their life from birth into adulthood. You can also develop your Sims’ skills and discover new hobbies.
If all these new opportunities haven’t convinced you to give this unique edition a try, we don’t know what will! Check out The Sims 4 Deluxe Party Edition on the Microsoft Store.
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