EA has been disappointing fans for a long time with disappointing content like The Sims 4: Outdoor Retreat among other Sims 4 expansions. Expansions don’t really sound that attractive when all you get to do is gain the ability to build a campfire for $20! EA seems to have caught the drift and their latest Get to Work Expansion certainly proves to be excellent. However, people who are not used to paying for so many expansions might be turned off.
With the latest update, EA has added swimming pools, two new careers, basements have returned and family trees are again back for free. With The Sims 4: Get to Work, EA is clearly showing signs of self-realization. The earlier The Sims 3: Ambitions idea was quite cool but there was much left to be desired. You could end up doing pretty boring things in a lifeless building, living alone in the big world.
Thankfully, with Get to Work, you can become a scientist, doctor or a detective. Finally, it’s time to bring your True Detective and Scrubs scenarios to reality, so to speak. With every career, you can head over to a new building in order to spend your work day as productively as possible. They entire process works like a lot of social life events within a set period and you will need to perform various actions in order to raise your productivity bar.
Each of the career paths needs their specific decisions, and you will unlock more and more things while you keep progressing. On a funnier note, the new machine that delivers babies is similar to the surgery machine! Meanwhile, The Sims 4: Get to Work expansion also packs in the unexpected retail store simulator. It is similar to The Sims 3: Island Paradise where you could run a resort, the only difference being this time you are running a retail store. Everything can be customized from the items you sell and also the uniforms used. Keep flattering your customers and make the sale!