The Sims 4 is the latest installment of the long-lived simulation franchise that allows you to create a character and simulate almost any aspect of life itself. Once you create your Sim, you can make it experience practically any situation you can think of in a world that represents the real one. The popular life simulator also offers you plenty of expansion packs that expand the world with plenty of places, activities, and new features, creating a gameplay experience that is almost limitless. Electronic Arts has officially announced the release of another one of those packs, The Sims 4: Discover University.

Once you get The Sims 4: Discover University, you will be able to send your Sims to university so they can experience the joys and woes of superior education. This expansion pack will introduce two different locations for your Sims to explore, the University of Britechester and the Foxbury Institute, two educational centers that are very different. The first one is a historical place focused on traditional education, and the second one is a bit more modern. Whatever location you choose, you will have plenty of academic and extra-curricular activities that will keep you busy the whole day. The way your Sim faces this educational period of its life is completely up to you, but remember that if you decide to skip classes or party too much it will probably have an effect on your grades.

The Sims 4: Discover University

Like other The Sims 4 expansions, Discover the University also includes a plethora of customization options for your Sims, that will allow you to decorate your dorm however you choose and create your own personal style.

The Sims 4: Discover University will be released on November 15 on PC, and it’ll arrive on Xbox One and PS4 on December 15. Remember that you need The Sims 4 base game to play it, and you can get it at the best price using our comparator.

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