The Sims 4 Android
One of the best-selling videogame franchises of all time (selling more than 200 million copies worldwide ever since the very first The Sims game was released), the latest introduction into the franchise – The Sims 4 Android first launched on September 2, 2014 for the Windows platform – later releasing for the Mac OS in February 2015 and then the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2017.
Straightaway, this newest version of The Sims was widely regarded as one of the best titles in the series. Gameplay was highly refined, with new advancements in the form of player created challenges (particularly the Legacy Challenges).
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Major changes were made to the Create a Sim (CAS) system which is always risky, but the community at large really embraced these changes and found them to be a lot more intuitive to use than CAS systems in the past.
Millions of people worldwide continue to play The Sims 4 even still today, thanks to some DLC content that has helped keep this nearly 5-year-old videogame feeling fresh and exciting.
As highlighted above, this version of The Sims 4 for Android first became available to gamers on the Mobile platform in July 2019. A little less than six months after that, those with Apple laptops and desktops were able to play The Sims on their devices. A little more than two years after that and console gamers on both the PlayStation and Xbox platform were able to jump right into the action.
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Graphically, The Sims 4 Mobile is a major leap forward on all platforms – but especially on Windows. Obviously the graphics card of an individual player is going to have a huge impact on how the game looks on their device, but almost all reviews for this latest version of The Sims praise how much of an improvement it is graphically compared to the previous title.
All around, the graphics are smoother and a lot more lifelike, with much better lighting and considerably better environmental of facts. It’s not at all difficult to imagine yourself living in your own little digital universe you’ve created in The Sims thanks to the graphical power behind this release.
At the end of the day, The Sims 4 really builds on everything that makes this franchise so special while adding some pretty cool and refreshing energy to a franchise that could have gone stale a long time ago. The jump from The Sims 3 to The Sims 4 can feel a little severe if you’re just making the leap right now, if only because there are so many obvious changes to the UI, to gameplay, and to the overall experience you can have. The new Emotions and Contextual Actions systems are incredibly strong, add a lot of extra investment into this title, and allow for all kinds of crazy and “Only in The Sims” kind of gaming experiences you just won’t find anywhere else. This is the perfect game to get started in the world of The Sims with but it’s also a great game for fans of the franchise that have been there since Day One, too.
How to download and install The Sims 4
- Download The Sims 4 apk file by clicking the download button below.
- If you are downloading the file from PC then, connect your device to the computer.
- Copy TheSims4.apk file to your phone/tablet.
- Open the file, You will get a pop up box saying "For security your phone is set to block installation of apps obtained from unknown sources"
- Click on settings.
- Allow installation for The Sims 4.
- It will take few minutes to install.
- You will see The Sims 4 icon on your phone.
- Open the game, It will download obb and data files and game will start after downloading.