‘The Sims 4’ New Stuff Pack Laundry Day Will Release on January 16, It Will Cost $9.99

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The video game aficionados were quite excited when “The Sims 4” was made available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in October 2017. Originally released in September 2014, the fourth installment of “The Sims” franchise has constantly released new updates in the last over three years considering the interests of its fans and followers. This time the game is going to launch a new stuff pack called Laundry Day on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.

A few months back, “The Sims 4” created headlines for its new stuff pack “Cats and Dogs” for the pet lovers. This time Electronic Arts has made it focused on doing laundry. The players will be able to simply install the machines for washing and drying the cloths at the homes. They can even go to old school carrying a washtub for scrubbing strains on the wardrobes, as reported by The OP.

Electronic Arts must be credited for bringing back the laundry mechanics to “The Sims 4” that were applicable in “The Sims 3.” Even most of the parts have been kept similar for the users’ convenience. Hence, it is very easy to wash the clothes, dry and make use of laundry in the game. However, without the new stuff pack titled Laundry Day, you won’t be able to do anything in the game. The new stuff pack will cost $9.99 and be available since January 16.

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