Why Sims 4 Is The Game For Non-Gamers

When you think of video games, you might think of intense shooter games like Call of Duty, Fortnight, or Cyberpunk. Video games like those take a lot of skill, and for most people, it's probably not enjoyable. But, what if I told you of a video game that isn’t intense to play and it also doesn’t require a lot of skill? If that interests you, I have the game for you, Sims 4.

Sims 4 is a life simulation game where you have millions of possibilities to do. If you like buildings and architecture, you can build the biggest of mansions to the smallest starter houses. If that doesn’t interest you, you can start a nice simple family, where you have to work your way up. If either of those don’t interest you, then you can cause pure chaos, using all the different interactions.

If a simple lifestyle doesn’t suit you, Sims 4 has over 20 DLC’s, or Downloadable Content, that expands the game to your specific interests. If you adore animals, you can get the “Cat’s and Dogs DLC,” which adds cats and dogs. If you like magic, you can get the “Realm Of Magic DLC,” which allows you to become a wizard.

The best part is, you don’t need an expensive, high-end gaming PC to play. You can play it on the family laptop, Xbox, and Playstation. Since Sims 4 is a life simulator, you can do almost anything; whether it's a peaceful life, or building beautiful structures, its perfect for those who aren’t hardcore shooter game players.