Sims 4 Cats and Dogs Expansion Now Live on PS4 and Xbox One Consoles

Sims 4 Cats and Dogs Expansion Now Live on PS4 and Xbox One Consoles

Get your own unique pet in Sims 4 now.

EA and Maxis announced today that The Sims 4: Cats and Dogs Expansion pack is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The new expansion is as the name suggests, lets players adopt pets including dogs and cats, all while enjoying the new seaside town of Brindleton Bay.

Cats and Dogs on consoles is the same as the PC expansion, including the Creat-A-Pet tool that lets players customize their pets. There are endless varieties of cat and dogs breeds, or even mix breeds from two different breeds that can let players design unique pets. You can also paint your pets with colors of patters to further make your companion truly one-of-a-kind.

Sims 4 Cats and Dogs.

In Live Mode, players will find that their Sims and pet will exhibit unique traits and needs that their owners must accommodate. There's also a new Veterinary career that lets players open their own Veterinarian Clinic if they wish to save pet lives as well as take care of them.

New updates and additions to The Sims 4 keeps it as one of the longest-running Sims games in the series. Thanks to a robust mod support you can also probably find your own fun in Maxis' life simulator, and lucky for you we happen to have a guide for the best Sims 4 mods to help keep the fun going.

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