At long last, Sims 4 developers dropped the heavily-anticipated, deeply debated “kits” feature in-game. Essentially bite-sized add-ons, kits allow Sims players to easily satiate their bottomless need for more between larger updates.
Kits, now available in Origin for $4.99, offer extra gameplay, brand new build items, or fresh Create-a-Sim options for the discerning Simmer.
The current available kits are as follows:
Bust the Dust
“Bust the Dust” is perhaps the most infamous of the three offered kits. Since learning of the kit’s contents, Simmers immediately complained that the kit came equipped with five different vacuum cleaners. Thus, these Simmers claimed, the price didn’t merit the “steep” cost.
But, of course, “bust the dust” as an add-on offers more than objects. As the more gameplay focused kit of the three offerings, “Bust the Dust” offers new aspirations and fresh features that encourage Sims to keep their homes in spotless shape,
The official Sims 4 trailer shows Sims either vacuuming their hearts out and slaying the onslaught of strangely adorable dust bunnies or making nice with those bunnies as they embrace the overwhelming mess that is Sims life.
Next is “Country Kitchen,” a build/buy based add-on which expands the number of country-chic counters and kitchen accoutrements the game has to offer.
Players will savor the adorable new kitchen items that come in an array of comforting, homey hues.
Throwback Fit is the kit for the Create-a-Sim focused player. Throwback Fit comes filled with neon shorts, 90s-inspired colorful fitness wear, eclectic 80s-inspired athletic jackets, and more. Millennials, this one is for you.
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Good luck, and happy Simming!