The Sims is one of the life simulation video games that almost everyone has encountered at a point in their lives. Now thanks to current travel restrictions caused by the pandemic, many have started playing the Sims 4 Snowy Escape again to escape from this dreading reality.
What’s in the new Expansion Pack?
Sims 4 launched a new expansion pack (EP) in November named Snowy Escape. The latest EP takes inspiration from the winter season in Hokkaido, Japan. It has a new neighborhood, Mt. Komorebi, where it always snows whether you have The Sims Seasons EP or not.
Mt. Komorebi, a new world, has exciting features. For the first time for Sims 4 collaborated with Sims 4 content creators to build households and lots. Gone now are the disappointing lots and starter homes from previous worlds. If you follow Deligracy, Lilsimsie, Simlicy, and James Turner, then you know that the lots will be more fun and satisfying.
Players will be immersed in Japanese culture since several features include the removal of footwear before entering homes; onsens and the practice of showering before entering dipping in the onsen; Japanese-inspired build and buy (kotatsu table); use of chopsticks when eating; and the Salary Person career among others.
Snowy Escape also introduced the sentiments feature. While this feature is open to all Simmers, the new EP features more sentiments than the previous packs.
Snowy Escape is the perfect expansion pack this holiday. For Simmers who love Japan and miss traveling to Japan, Snowy Escape is a no-brainer expansion pack.
But if you’re looking for a Nintendo Switch game, then you’ll surely love this new release.