Hit the books and show your school spirit in The Sims 4 Discover University Expansion Pack*! Available November 15, 2019 on PC and Mac and December 17, 2019 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Enroll in school, take classes that set your Sims up for success, explore collegiate experiences, and enjoy extracurricular activities at the historical University of Britechester or modern Foxbury Institute.
Learn more about this Expansion Pack: x.ea.com/60759.
*REQUIRES THE SIMS 4 FOR APPLICABLE PLATFORM (SOLD SEPARATELY) AND ALL GAME UPDATES TO PLAY. FOR PC/MAC SEE MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS PACK.
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Maybe actually put the shit in the game instead of being greedy
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*her crying on the toilet* *random sim marsha blarr blarr?*
Can you guys add more ages to the sims 4
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So excited 😁
We need cars
Giving up doesn't always mean you are weak. Sometimes it means that you are strong enough to let go.
damn i wish my uni days would be this cool beside the crying in the bathroom part, that's quite accurate lmao no pretty girl ever came and "saved" me tho, what a shame
When are we going to get elders who can't walk without a cane?
Brain dead zombies are smart enough to stay the hell away from Chuck Norris.
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IS A DREAM???? EA HIT ME
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