The Sims 4: Get Together is the second expansion pack for The Sims 4. We can make the most of the game’s social interactions with it, hanging out with other sims and partying the city away.
Get together in Winderburg
The Sims 4: Get Together presents a new neighborhood, Winderburg, a Europe-inspired district designed for your sims’ leisure.
Winderburg has several locations where there are clubs. “But there are already clubs in the base game,” you may say. And you’d be absolutely right, but the difference in Get Together is that now the clubs are much more diverse, and how good a time your sims have there will depend a lot on their characteristics.
Are your sims passionate about dancing and enjoy booze? Make them go to a nightclub. Do they prefer a more laid-back plan? Make them enjoy an evening in a natural pool in the ocean, or creating a huge midsummer bonfire.
The Sims 4: Get Together has, as usual, preset places, but you can create new clubs yourself with special characteristics. In these clubs you restrict the admission of sims based on anything—from personality traits to professions, attire, or mastered skills. With this option, you can make your sims find kindred spirits.
The Sims 4: Get Together also has plenty of new customization options for your sims—hairstyles, clothes, household items, etc.—as well as new interactions (like new places for a little horizontal mambo!) and two new skills: dancing and DJ’ing.
The Sims 4: Get Together’s biggest asset are all the new activities that come up when you add the option of clubs. The game is finally more social, and get-togethers with other sims make more sense than before. In addition, you can make all these activities take place in a variety of settings—the possibilities of the clubs are pretty much endless.
The game hasn’t only improved on that, but also on the landscape variety; the new district of Winderburg is the largest, most varied, and most beautiful one ever seen in The Sims 4. With it there’s no longer that empty-district feeling typical of the base game, and even of its expansion pack Get to Work!
One of the complaints from fans of the Sims saga is the small amount of base content that The Sims 4 had. This was partly solved with Get to Work!, but is notably corrected in Get Together, as all the options for activities and new clubs give a much more varied dimension to the game. So no more staying at home—the party’s outside!