Official description Edit
- Rule the Workplace
You rule the workplace with The Sims 4 Get to Work. Actively control your Sims while they’re on the job, and determine whether they're headed toward a big promotion or are becoming the workplace menace. Jump to the rescue and save countless lives as a Doctor, torment your neighbors with mischievous inventions as a Scientist, or investigate crime scenes and crack the big cases as a Detective. If you’d rather be your own boss, you can even create, customize, and manage your own retail businesses and become a Simoleonaire! You decide how your Sims get to work.
- KEY FEATURES
Become a Doctor, Detective, or Scientist. Control your Sims in all-new career venues, and use your analytical mastermind to create crazy inventions as a Scientist, see what secrets you uncover as you investigate crime scenes as a Detective, or treat patients, deliver babies, and perform emergency surgery as a Doctor.
Create unique retail businesses. You rule your business! Create any type of retail business you desire, including bakeries, clothing boutiques, art galleries, bookstores, and many more. Customize every facet of your business with Build Mode and watch the Simoleons roll in! Select what items to sell, manage your employees as you see fit, and schmooze your customers to close the sale.
Learn new skills. Teach your Sims some new skills to create more unique objects to enjoy in The Sims 4. Capture the picture-perfect photo or bake and decorate a delicious treat with the new Photography and Baking skills. Display your creations at home or sell them to earn some extra Simoleons!
New gameplay objectsEdit
- Chemical analyzer
- Chemistry lab
- Digital cameras
- Invention constructor
- Photo studio
- X-ray machine
New gameplay mechanicsEdit
- Brand new active careers.
- Sims can now run different kinds of businesses.
- New Life state: Alien
- New Secret lot: Sixam
- Hospital birth.
- Illness system.
- New Baking and Photography skills.
- New venue: Retail
- New radio station called Easy Listening.
- New alien exclusive !#*%&$@% television channel.
- New Geodes collection.
World and neighborhoodsEdit
The Sims 4: Get to Work includes a new independent neighborhood - Magnolia Promenade. Magnolia Promenade is not a full world, and contains four lots, three of which have prebuilt stores, and one empty lot that the player can build their own business on. Get to Work also includes a secret lot called "Sixam" (which is "Maxis" spelled backwards), which can be found using the Wormhole Generator, available at level 10 of the new Scientist Career. Sixam is a great place to find some alien friends or find new collectables.
Get to Work also introduces active careers, which are the main focus of the expansion. These careers give the player an opportunity to follow Sims to work. When the player is following a Sim in their workplace, the player is given tasks that are needed to be completed in order to have a promotion.
In Get to Work, Sims can once again have their own retail businesses.
The simplest way of managing the store is through the Owned Business Panel located in the bottom right of the UI, next to Needs. From this panel, players can manage a Sim's retail store or restaurant as they would with a Register. The Business Panel shows each lot's name, whether it is open or closed, and number of hours opened for.
There is a variety of retail businesses such as a photo gallery, bakery, book store, or clothing shop. Shops can sell practically any item.
Sim-like playable aliens return in the Get to Work. Aliens are similar to those in previous games, though there are a few differences. For example, they appear roughly the same as before, but glow slightly when feeling strong emotions.
Aliens can be created from the Create a Sim menu. This is similar to the Supernatural Type button from The Sims 3: Supernatural. From Create a Sim, players can choose from a range of alien face presets, unique eyes, and a range of skin tones such as blue, purple and green. They can also adjust the pointy ears. There is also a range of alien-like makeup which can also be used by normal Sims.
Get to Work was priced at $39.99 USD and £29.99 GBP at launch, the same as the original pricing of an expansion pack for The Sims 3. Expansion pack prices for The Sims 4 are intended to be similar to prices for The Sims 3 expansion packs in most locations.
- Robert DeLong - Long Way Down
- Paper Route - Zhivago
- New Politics - Everywhere I Go
- LIGHTS - Up We Go
- Big Data - The Business of Emotion
- Bg RL Ps - Lolligag
- DT Jm me - 16th Precinct
- DT Jm me - Long Road Home
- L'Estrange - Cityscape
- L'Estrange - Gallery And Hilary
- Marsac - Beat Trekers
- Marsac - Carnaby Street
- O'Brien - Elevator
- Katy Tiz - Whistle
- Red Atlas- Wild
- Krishane - Drunk and Incapable
- Echosmith - Nothing's Wrong
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 The Sims 4 Get To Work: March 31st Release Date on SimsVIP.com. Retrieved February 15, 2015
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 The Sims 4 Get To Work Releases March 31st, 2015 on SimsVIP.com Retrieved March 15, 2015
- ↑ The Sims - Time for your Sims to Get to Work! - Official Site
- ↑ EA Announces The Sims 4: Get To Work Expansion Pack by SimsVIP
- ↑ "The Sims 4: Get To Work". Origin.
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The Sims 4: Outdoor Retreat
January 13, 2015
|The Sims series PC games|| Followed by|
The Sims 4: Luxury Party Stuff
May 19, 2015
|First expansion pack|
for The Sims 4
|The Sims 4 expansion packs|| Followed by|
The Sims 4: Get Together
December 8, 2015
The Sims 3: Into the Future
October 22, 2013
|The Sims series expansion packs|