Review: The Sims 4: SeasonsTime: Jul. 2, 2018
The Sims 4 Seasons DLC Key Global can now enjoy the appropriate weather throughout the year, like their real parts in The Sims 4: Seasons. The Sims 4 have a good level of annual content and it still does not work that well, and even if it took time to get to Seasons, it's worth it now that The Sims seasons are in full swing.
Once the Seasons have been set in the game, the Sims 4 do not waste time managing this annual weather and immediately ask what season the player would like to run the most. What appeared to be a relatively short season of Seasons was a week of play each season, which was the right time to familiarize yourself with all the seasons by planning the next cycle.
One thing in The Sims 4: Seasons is right, that's the feeling of every season. Playing alone during the summer is hot, because there is a warmer tone in the neighborhoods that are covered by nights of summer storms and heat waves that cover the streets. The cold winter air is felt through the bones, while the cold blues with the first snow fall on the corners of the warm houses.
It's fun to have a dynamic new time, but that means the Sims dress to adapt to the annual climate. Maybe a Sim goes to the cold night to have a drink? Be sure to dress them in warm clothing, otherwise they may freeze, which is the opposite of summer heat waves.
The Sims 4: Seasons adds two new jobs, both focused on the plant care needs of the Sims. The Sims can now be transformed into a floral environment or, for the more scientific Sims, the path to a career in botany is read.