The Sims 4 is going to hit the shelves in just a couple of days and Origin is already offering the pre-load of the game to the people who have pre-ordered the upcoming life simulator title.
The game’s pre-load will take about 8.57 GB of your hard disk space, which is not that much considering how large the games are nowadays.
EA on its official website noted that upon the completion of pre-load, players will have to wait for the game to release in their region. Following is the release schedule for The Sims 4:
September 2: North America, Central Asia, and Russia
September 4: Australia, Japan, and Europe (excluding the UK)
September 5: New Zealand, India, South Africa, and the UK
With The Sims 4, Maxis is trying to make the gameplay easier and more realistic for the players, as the Create A Sim mode and Build mode has been completely revamped, so that you don’t have to put a lot of work into it.
New emotions system has also been added to the game which will affect the behavior of your Sim in their everyday activities and it will depend on what exactly is going on in their lives.
For those of you who have not pre-ordered the game will not have to wait for too long either, as the game is set to launch on coming Tuesday.