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As of December it is no longer playable on older PCs and MACs

As of December it is no longer playable on older PCs and MACs

Older PC and Mac systems no longer stand a chance: Electronic Arts will completely stop supporting legacy version of The Sims 4 starting in December.

As of December 12, a special 32-bit version of the game designed for older Windows and Mac operating systems will no longer be available for download. From this date, you will inevitably have to switch to a 64-bit operating system to be able to continue playing The Sims 4 in the future.

The Sims 4 saved game remains compatible

EA stopped supporting the 32-bit version of The Sims 4 in 2019 and released the older version instead. It continued to work on older systems, but did not receive updates and newer expansions cannot be played with it. But now that version has also come to an end and players have to switch if they want to continue playing.

Starting December 12, you will need 64-bit Windows or Metal technology support on your Mac. on me own site Apple tells you which devices use metal.

If you switch, you don’t have to worry as much about your saves. It also remains compatible with the 64-bit version of The Sims 4. But you have to transfer it manually first. You can find an explanation at Help page by Electronic Arts.

The Sims 4: From the free game to The Sims 5

The Sims is now on everyone’s lips again. Electronic Arts announced this only in October The base game to a free-to-play version, which has since become available to all players. However, extensions are not part of the package.

In addition, EA announced a new one with Project Rene Sims for the future on me. The first test run has already been run, which is However, it has recently been exploited by hackers.

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