The Sims 4: Discover University ReviewTime: Jan. 13, 2020
The Sims 4 Discover University DLC Origin Key Global, the eighth expansion pack for The Sims 4, is not exactly the ticket. In fact, we have seen a variation of a university package over three generations, but that does not mean that Discover University does not have any new tricks to teach our Sims students.
The expansion includes two new universities that your Sims can join. There is a modern American architecture of the Foxbury Institute, which specializes in science, or the British University of Britechester, which has a historical aesthetic and a sense for the arts.
However, entering one of these two renowned companies is not an easy task. Your Sims must be very intelligent, famous or controversial to participate. This method may also fail. Then you should plan to go to college early.
The city of Britechester is home to the two universities, but is much scarcer than previous additions, although the architecture is pleasing to the eye. The real meat of this expansion, however, is extra life. Three new careers have been added: education, engineering and law with thirteen degrees that your Sims can do in college.
That's more than double the titles that were available in previous versions of the University DLC for The Sims, and each one has a distinguished version that will be harder to qualify, but your Sims will be much more after getting the Diploma rewarded. plus. At first, I thought that having only two universities would be a limiting factor for the DLC, but this diversity completely eliminates this fear.
The variety also extends to the Create-A-Sim accessory, with one of the most impressive character customization add-ons to date. There are new dresses, tattoos, piercings and hairstyles that practically sprout from the seams of Discover University.
Discover University is a great extension if you seek deeper control over the education and life of your Sims.