Upon release, The Sims 4 was a let down for a lot of people, but over the last 4 years and with a ton of updates the game has restored a lot of it's former glory...
Or where you, like me, first drawn to torture your sims, have them drown in the pool, get trapped in a blaze, or most sadistic of all, lock them in a room without a toilet?
The offer started yesterday, May 21st and will run for one week until May 28th, meaning there's plenty of time to pick it up and tell all of your friends. While it's worth noting that much of the above content still requires separate purchases, at least you're now able to jump in and experiment, knowing that there's more to unlock if that core game still grabs you. Well luckily for you, EA has made the game free on Origin.
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(SPOT.ph) The Sims can be a pretty addicting game, and chances are, you probably spent hours and hours playing it when you were younger.
You can hit up the Origin client or online storefront to snag a copy.
You'll get the standard version of the game - without any DLC or add-ons - which is usually priced at $40.
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You've got until May 28 to download The Sims 4 for free, at which point it'll revert back to its usual, paid-for status. What do you guys think?
The Sims 4 did also draw some criticism at launch due to various gameplay changes.
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