Stardew Valley fan recreates his farm in The Sims 4
The Sims and Stardew Valley often attract similar audiences, with both titles offering a life simulation experience. A fan of both titles has now combined the two, rebuilding his farmer Stardew Valley farm inside The Sims 4.
One of The Sims 4The latest DLC releases have helped make this rebuild possible. The Sims 4: Living in a Cabin features a wide variety of building materials, decorations, and terrain allowing players to enjoy a more rustic way of life, which is just about perfect for recreating Stardew Valley’s humble abode.
Redditor Mici_yeet recently shared his recreation on the social media site, which has since been enjoyed by a number of fans of both titles. While the pixel art of Stardew Valley could be interpreted in different ways, most gamers seem to appreciate the reinvention and its attention to detail. The base house, rebuilt greenhouse, farm well, and even the woodpile next to the player’s front door are all present.
Sure, Stardew Valley allows players to heavily customize their farms, which has encouraged some fans to make their own reconstructions of their unique Pelican Town farms in The Sims 4. For those who just want to appreciate the original, Mici_yeet also shared her gallery ID, HousesByMici, so her colleague The Sims 4 players can explore further and download their bundle into their own games.
The Sims is a juggernaut in the life-sim genre, hailing from 2000, continuing its fourth major release in 2014, with myriads of stuff packs, expansions, spin-offs, and DLCs released in between. While Stardew Valley Launched two years later in 2016, the game has seen incredible popularity ever since, with many ranking it as the best modern farming simulation game available. Although it was an indie game, it has seen several free content releases since. Although their gameplay is not identical, the two fanbases share a common passion for creating their own content for titles, helping to significantly extend the life of games.
Gamers like Mici_yeet often can’t get enough of their favorite games, recreating elements from them, like building Leah’s cabin in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It’s not the first time someone has brought their love to Stardew Valley at The Sims, and shared posts like these often inspire others to create their own inspired creations. While official crossovers between titles like these are rare, players will always find a way to combine the two worlds with fanart and in-game builds like these.
Stardew Valley is available now for mobile, PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One. The Sims 4 is available now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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