Whilst completely irrelevant to The Sims, I found this article on a 13 year old spending £4000 on FIFA 14 microtransactions. In a similar way to store content for The Sims 3, what if microtranscations was a thing for The Sims 4? Given that the game is bound to sell by the bucketload (only thing stopping it now is an Aliens: Colonial Marines-esque development hell possibility), this would be majorly profitable for EA. While the argument of how somebody would be perceived if they actually paid for microtransactions is both an open and, at-times, touchy subject, some players do pay money just to progress. And that's my jumping off point for this week's poll.
If The Sims 4 utilised microtransactions for either content or progression, would you make use of them?
That's all I can dig up this week. Comment, follow us, blah blah blah. LostLabyrinth • (c) • (b) 22:33, February 26, 2014 (UTC)