Seasons Expansion for The Sims 3 Announced

Seasons Expansion for The Sims 3 Announced

Maxis and EA have announced that The Sims 3 Seasons Expansion Pack will be launching this November. The Sims 3 Seasons expansion will be available for both PC and Mac and will bring all new seasonal activities and festivals to the game as well as change the weather each season.

The Sims 3 Seasons offers players not only the opportunity to interact with weather, but also the ability to really get into the mood of each season and tell meaningful stories with their Sims,” said Ryan Vaughan, Producer, The Sims. “Since the launch of The Sims 3, Seasons has been one of the most highly-requested themes by our players. The seasonal changes in this game offer incredible realism, simulating nature in a way that is unprecedented for The Sims.”

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Players will be able to breakout the Bermuda shorts and sunscreen and hit up the beach, and for the first time in The Sims franchise take a swim in the ocean. If summers not your thing, there’s always snowboarding, playing soccer, shooting off fireworks, or even carving a jack-o’-lantern to keep you busy and engaged throughout the year.

Players will revel in the spirit of each season with unique seasonal celebrations and events that bring Sims together. Sims can snuggle up with their crush and get crowned the king or queen of the spring dance, visit the face-painting booth at the summer festival, bob for apples beside a pumpkin patch at the fall festival or head to the snowball fight arena for an epic wintertime battle.The Sims 3 Seasons also introduces new food, fashions and décor items such as French fries, a tanning booth, mistletoe, umbrellas, snow boots and wetsuits, further enhancing the experience and fun of each season.

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