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The Sims 4: relive your high school years with the next expansion pack


After offering the community the opportunity to be horrific werewolves, EA has decided to lighten the mood by bringing the Sims back to high school.

Just yesterday, we got word of the upcoming content for the next Sims 4 expansion pack. Thus, from July 28you will be able to (re)live your high school years, in a perhaps more relaxed atmosphere. The chief producer of this expansion, George Pigula, rightly describes the upcoming experience and what it will seek to convey:

The Sims 4 High School Years takes the player into adolescence and invites them to tell their own story of self-discovery through the trials and tribulations of that age. High school is a time of discovery, and we wanted to allow players to create and customize their own high school experience before their Sims become adults.

So you’ll be free to build your own story, to chart the course that suits you best. This aspect of The Sims has always been at the heart of the license and the developers have not deviated from the rule.

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Return to adolescence

Of course, school means work, or for the rebels in the back, glue time and practicing on the wall after dark. It’s all part of being a typical high school student and you’ll have to do it if you want to graduate. However, it’s not the academic activities that will be the cornerstone of this package, but the extracurricular ones. Therefore, various activities will be proposed to you, from pillow fights, to fashion, to the preparation and participation in the famous prom. There is something for everyone.

You will have understood, it is a dynamic and amusing learning which awaits you starting July 28 on PC, Mac, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series and Xbox One.

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