Villa Love Island in The Sims 4 – see photos of a stunning new construction
A devoted Love Island fan, YouTube star Steph0sims, has recreated the show’s new Mallorca villa in The Sims 4.
The project was sponsored by game developers EA. Apparently it took around 15 hours, with the YouTuber using a variety of Sims 4 packs to make it look as realistic as possible.
She did well to find the time, seeing as Sims fans have had their hands full lately – as well as the growing excitement for The Sims 5 and the endless fun of The Sims 4 cheats, we’ve recently had new packs like The Sims 4 Werewolves to enjoy. And that’s not to mention finding the time to watch Love Island every night!
The images of this new version of Love Island in The Sims 4, which you can see below in a tweet from Steph0sims, are incredibly accurate. She hasn’t posted a video of the virtual villa yet, but we’re sure it’ll be a smash hit when she does.
In a follow-up TweeterSteph0sims also noted that Sims 4 players should be able to find the villa in his gallery if they want to try it out for themselves.
She did, however, note, “I used the tool mod to make things get weird if you move certain objects around.”
The official Twitter The Sims account also got involved, responding to say “it’s okay”, while tagging the Love Island account.
Steph0sims also said in a statement, “Playing The Sims, especially when you let them go wild and do their own thing, is literally like watching a reality TV show unfold before your eyes.”
She added, “You never know what they’re going to do next and that’s the fun of watching reality TV.”
Seasoned Sims fans will agree, knowing that some Sims have a knack for causing drama, perhaps even more so than Love Island cast members like Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu. It’s basically a pairing made in heaven.
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