The Sims 4 Get to Work Producer Walkthrough
Gamespot’s David Miotke and EA’s Graham Nardone showcase the new playable careers and the ability to open up your own retail store in The Sims 4 Get to Work Expansion.
EA CFO Blake Jorgensen Promises “A Long Stretch of Sims Expansion Packs During The Year”
At a recent Technology, Internet & Media Conference, the Chief Financial Officer of Electronic Arts spoke briefly about the future of The Sims. Below is the full statement:
We won’t have The Sims obviously, that we had this year but we’ll have a long stretch of Sims Expansion Packs during the year to keep that Sims product exciting.
The lengthy production of The Sims 4′s first expansion pack, Get to Work, has had many fans worried about future content, but it seems that a lot more is coming our way!
Thanks to SimsCommunity for the find!
New Game Patch Now Available on Origin (Bug Fixes and St. Patrick’s Day Content)
Update: 03/10/2015 – PC Version 188.8.131.520 / Mac Version 184.108.40.2060
March is upon us, Get to Work is pushing against the door, and the color green shall soon reach a pinnacle of popularity, if only for a day. And we have an update ready to release.
It’s a small update that fixes a few crashes for Mac and PC that the community has helped us track down and reproduce. And a little bit of content.
What’s new? It’s St. Patrick’s Day or St. Paddy’s Day, (as I learned this week, it’s not St. Patty’s… who knew?)! Top off your Sim with a bit o’tha green by plopping on a new hat for your male and female Sims, found in Create a Sim. And a new gnome has joined us! Search for the Bare Essentials Gnome to adorn your abode.
Thank you all for the save files, feedback, and help we get in narrowing down issues, and improving on The Sims 4 experience for everyone!
The Sims 4 Get to Work: Official Retail Gameplay Trailer
The trailer features customizable businesses, as well as the new Baking Skill, Photography Skill, basements, and the new Business Perks!
Family Trees Coming in Today’s Patch
A brand-new patch is dropping today, bringing back family trees and introducing some new Valentine’s Day content.