The Sims 4: 10 Best Worlds to Live In

With The Sims 4 The Werewolf game pack has already proven itself to gamers (via Keen Gamer), a few others may not have it yet and are wondering which world they will play best in. Since there are currently 22 worlds available in The Sims 4, each offering their own design, residents, and unique weather system, there’s an array of options to choose from (although a player is likely to want one that’s the spookiest).

However, even if players don’t want to buy the latest Supernatural Pack, they might want to take that time to go explore the other worlds now. Not only is there a lot to discover, but they could also be great places to lodge a Sim.

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Sol Sol Valley


Sol Valley

Del Sol Valley came as part of The Sims 4: Become famous expansion pack, and was designed to look like Hollywood, Los Angeles. The city is home to the rich and famous, and the palm-covered paradise has some of the largest residential lots in the game. It also has a movie studio for Sims in the acting career.

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Del Sol Valley feels like an upgrade to the desert town from the base game Oasis Springs. The world has pleasant sunny weather and beautiful architecture, and is perfect if the player’s simulation wants to go celebrity spotting or make a name for themselves in show business. Many lots, however, are poorly decorated, and the poor design of the Plumbob Pictures Museum leaves much to be desired.


Brindleton Bay


Brindleton Bay

Brindleton Bay accompanies the Cats & Dogs pack and provides a relaxing coastal view for the Sim and their furry friends. The town is home to the Brindleton Pawspital, a veterinary practice where players can take their cats and dogs to get spayed or spayed, undergo surgery, or pick up medical treats. There’s also Pupperstone Park to train dogs to run free, or meet other pet-owning Sims.

The city’s cloudy coastal vibe was the first of its kind since The Sims 4 and was one of the game’s first expansion packs. The town is littered with adorable stray animals that the player’s Sim can adopt and give to a loving home. Other beach towns have since been created and have arguably improved the format.


Glimmerbrook


Glimmerbrook

Part of the realm of magic game pack, Glimmerbrook features two worlds in one: a wooded village where witchcraft and sorcery run rampant, and a “Magic Kingdom”, accessible via a secret portal in the town. The realm contains a rock floating in space with a few extra lots for spellcasters to practice and duel.

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If it was just pure spectacle, Glimmerbrook might have stood out among the rest. Dual worlds and mystical-medieval aesthetics are unmatched by anything else in The Sims 4. However, the poorly designed terrains are pretty gruesome, and the often short-lived gameplay of an occult game pack means players are unlikely to revisit the world much after playing. realm of magic once or twice.


Henford-on-Bagley


Henford-on-Bagley

Supplied in country life, this village is inspired by the English countryside. This influence can be seen all over the world, with a rural pub named The Gnome’s Arms offering traditional dishes (such as Yorkshire pudding). Countryside foxes, bunnies, and birds roam the world that Sims can interact with when visiting, or if they decide to take up farming and buy chickens, cows, and chickens. llamas (or go vegan and grow uniquely British flowers and veg).

The world perfectly encapsulates the quaint countryside villages that soothe the soul of those who love the rural way of life. While it is certainly one of the most beautiful, it could however be argued that there are many western-inspired woodland worlds in The Sims 4.


tartosa


tartosa

Inspired by Greek coastal towns, the world is designed as an escape wedding destination in the Marriage stories game pack. The world has a mix of residential lots with their own secluded ocean views and community lots designed to be used as wedding venues. The world also has a town square with interactive shops to browse and a fully functional beach for sims to visit.

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If it were up to beauty alone, Tartosa would stand out the most. The diverse and cultural lots available around the world, especially the vibrant town square, only enhance this. Unfortunately, the large amount of glitches in the Marriage stories pack renders some of these bundles unusable and still requires many patch updates.

Windenburg


Windenburg

Windenburg was introduced in the Meet expansion pack and is the most architecturally distinct of all worlds. Each lot has distinct German-style architecture that is prevalent throughout Europe and has largely historical sites. Within the theme of the pack, the world has a large number of places where Sims can “hang out” with friends (such as bars, cafes, and nightclubs).

Windenburg is arguably the most reusable pack, both as a beautiful place to live and visit, with plenty of great places to explore, go on dates, or just hang out. For players looking for a pack to choose from, this world offers some of the best value for money. Its leafy European climate, however, is quite common in the game and sounds like quite a few other words that already exist in the game.

evergreen port


evergreen port

Evergreen Harbor is the first of its kind in The Sims 4. Introduced in the eco-friendly lifestyle, the industrial city adapts to the gameplay that the user puts in it. The world is presented as very polluted and rather unsightly, and affects the Sim’s moods. Through engagement with the world through recycling and community action, it will become neutral and eventually carbon footprint green, becoming a beautiful ecological paradise with thriving community spaces.

The port is dictated by the player’s desires for how the world looks and works, giving users new levels of control. It offers evolving community and residential lots. There are also many hidden gems inside the dumpsters scattered around town that can help Sims get rich quick. This may not be suitable for players who want to deal with world maintenance frequently.


San Myshuno


San Myshuno

City life San Myshuno was the first town to appear in The Sims 4. The bustling city has four different neighborhoods, from the extravagant Uptown to the Urban Arts District. Downtown is an ever-changing space that hosts a series of festivals and special events throughout the seasons. The city also introduced apartments to the game, where Sims rent instead of own their residence.

The city is unique enough to The Sims 4 in that the city constantly changes with the seasons. The apartment system with neighbors is a refreshing form of play, and the city is as close to The Sims 4 happens to have an open world system (although the mountain environment is rather repetitive for the game).

Mount Komorebi


Mount Komorebi

Introduced in the Snowy getaway expansion pack, Mt. Komorebi is based on the snowy, mountainous Japanese islands of Honshū and Hokkaido. The world is also the first of its kind to introduce bathhouses to the game as well as skiing and snowboarding. The world is diverse in terms of climate and landscapes, with traditional Japanese architecture all around.

Mt. Komorebi has a great duality as a residential and vacation world, which means it’s ideal for both short-term and long-term gameplay. Its rich immersion in Japanese culture makes a refreshing change from the predominantly European and American worlds of The Sims 4, and the sports and hiking options are a dynamic addition to the game. The only downside is that excessive snow and blizzards can be annoying, and players can use sims cheat codes to change the weather.

Sulani


Sulani

Sulani is the first island of The Sims 4, added in the living on the island pack. Based on Pacific Island culture, Sulani is also the first world to have fully interactive beaches and oceans for sims to explore. It also adds mermaids to the gameplay, giving them a central role in local folklore. The city is a place where residents gather and hold frequent festivals and can engage in spiritual cultural exchange.

Sulani boasts of being the most beautiful world to watch, with stunning transparent ocean views paired with vast volcanic horizons. The option to build on the sea is a revolution in the way Sims experience the worlds and the way players can build in the game. The island city of Ohan’ali and the global representation of island customs of the Pacific takes the world beyond what could have been a shallow vacation world and is the best example of The Sims 4 graphics, gameplay and versatility.


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