The Sims 4: City Living Crack/Patch

The Sims 4: City Living Take your Sims to the city and explore everything it has to offer, from bustling action outside your door, to unique situations that come only with apartment living. Fulfil your Sims' dreams it in the vibrant city of San Myshuno. Explore diverse neighbourhoods and cultural festivals where your Sims can watch street performers, enter competitions, and meet different walks of life. Find your Sims' first apartment, but be ready for the challenges that come with living in close quarters with other Sims. Work your way up from a charming but distressed starter unit to the penthouse of your Sims' dreams. Launch new, metropolitan careers.

Download The Sims 4: City Living Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
6
Downloads 1247
Genre Simulation, Virtual, Virtual Life
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / Maxis

The Sims 4: City Living reviews ( 7 )

dabrickashaw14, Nov 11, 2016

This game is amazing if you have ever wanted to play a cawk role simulator you need this game. Its like being down 14-0 in the fourth quarter coming back to kick the game tying field goal to get it blocked.

jojr13, Nov 3, 2016

By far it is to the best of The Sims 4, the line continues at this size, I'm sure we'll have decent expansions. Give as note 9 for the condition more improvements in future expansions of The Sims 4, because then I'm sure success will be received.

Namache, Nov 5, 2016

Its a good way up. The game is now colorful and interesting. So many features!!! City Living makes the story line much more fun to play, and attracts more and more people to it. I wish to Electronic Arts that all the expansions will be so filling like City Living.

disappointedgam, Dec 26, 2016

EA continues to milk the stone. This expansion makes the game closer to what it should have been at launch, and it is finally at a point where it is kind of enjoyable. I recommend waiting for the steam sales where the Sims 4 and each expansion is 75% off, though.

Anach, Nov 25, 2016

I have a ridiculous amount of hours in all the Sims series, totalling thousands of hours, and currently sit at 260 hours on Sims4, but I don't understand why City Living is getting such high review scores. With each expansion that has been released, we've got a good amount of content, that has added a great deal of game-play (camping, restaurants, active careers, spas, clubs) and added new worlds along with it. These packs have given hours worth of entertainment, in either Game Pack or Expansion format. City Living, on the other hand, has got to be the most disappointing expansion so far, and would have been better suited to being a "Game Pack", rather than an expansion, because it was too expensive for what it added. Apartments are OK, but build restrictions mean most wont be moving from their 6 story house to 2 floor apartment. The bars are very bland, with no live music, except for the odd karaoke singer. The activities will give you a couple hours of new game-play before you are done, unless you like spending hours protesting or being a "living statue". The new careers are OK, but are never going to compete with the more active "Get to Work" careers, or running your own business.

zillak, Feb 7, 2017

This brings very little in terms of actual new content to the game. In addition I was really let down by the fact that you have no real build options. You cannot build apartment buildings in other cities or for that matter build any more in San Myshuno town. You can't build apartments from scratch like you could in The Sims 2. Perhaps the most interesting thing was the "work from home" option, but as this only applies to the new professions added with the expansion, it doesn't really add that much to the game as a whole. Get it on sale if you like, but it's definitely not worth full price.

hekcl, Nov 23, 2016

It's too expensive that contain little content and already have been in base game. This city is too small and not include empty lot that can build anything like restaurant or store that you can management.