Are you one of the many Sims players around the world? Does the thought of managing your Sims mansion give you tingles? Then you will be happy to hear EA plans to release 3 new expansions for The Sims 3 on PC/Mac this year. EA today announced The Sims 3 University Life and The Sims 3 Island Paradise Expansions Packs, and one untitled expansion and stuff are also in development and will be released before year’s end. Let’s not forget on January 24 The Sims 70s, 80s, & 90s Stuff pack is released, which includes all the hottest fashions, hairstyles and furnishing of these decades past.
“With the release of three new expansion packs, a new stuff pack, and premium content through The Sims 3 Store, we are looking forward to seeing what our players create and share online with so many great options,” General Manager of The Sims Studio, Scott Evans informed. “We are dedicated to building quality games with unique themes and exciting new content for The Sims 3 that add tremendous depth to The Sims 3 gameplay experience.”
The Sims 3 University Life will release this March, allowing your Sims to leave the home and attend University, enroll if classes you never dreamed of, earn degrees and would any University experience be the same without all the crazy antics of college life? I don’t think so. Classes are a small part of the college experience, protests in the quad, those pesky juice-keggers, social l groups and of course college love, there are plenty of new experiences available. University Life will include an all-new town including new locations to discover such as the bowling alley and SimsBurger. Plus plenty of extra-curricular activities such as spray painting, playing kicky bad and more.
The Sims 3 University Life Expansion allows your Sims to choose six majors on your way to earning a degree, from activities in-class to specific-objects. University Life will open up many doors for your Sims as they are accelerated to higher careers and new opportunities.
Look out for The Sims 3 University Life Expansion Pack, when it releases March 2013 for PC/Mac.
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