When The Sims 4 launched back in September, it didn’t exactly get the best reviews. The game was almost unanimously slated for failing to bring any revolutionary improvements to the table – why did we need to pay top dollar for The Sims 4 when it didn’t offer much difference to The Sims 3?
People were also rightly miffed that the game launched without swimming pools (there were later added via an update in November) and the fact that the toddler age group had been removed altogether. Apart from the character creation mode where you can pinch and pull your Sims’ bodies like plasticine or the giant toilet cheat, The Sims 4 didn’t really have a lot going for it. On top of this, fans will be further disappointed to learn that EA have decided to delay The Sims 4 expansion pack until ‘fiscal 2016’.