The Sims 4 has another expansion to add some life to the game with City Living. With this one, long-time fans of the series might find some familiarity in the apartments. However, there’s plenty of new stuff and changes to the original formula to keep fans entertained. What exactly is new this time around? Let’s go over what you’ll uncover when you start up The Sims 4: City Living.
Apartments in The Sims 4: City Living
Your sims don’t just need to live in houses anymore, they can opt for the cramped (or penthouse suite) lifestyle of an apartment. Like in The Sims 2, apartments will require rent on a weekly basis and have a landlord attached to them. You won’t be able to make a lot of modifications to the exterior and walls, but the inside is your home, sweet home. This time around, though, apartments come with traits, providing some unique life to each one. These traits actively affect your sims (either in a positive or negative way) and ensure that you will at least have different experiences in every part of the city you live in. Or, you know, act as catalysts in wanting to move out to a better place.
The apartments add a whole new level of gameplay, especially the ones that fill your sim with all the negative luck in the world. Every sim should have to start up in the TLC apartments. It builds character. For more on the apartments’ traits, click here!
Additionally, you’ll find that the neighbors you end up with might be drop by randomly like a sitcom character, or cause so much of a ruckus it affects your sim’s mood. There are truly a ton of ways that your apartment of choice can change up your gameplay.