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The Sims 4 Snowy Escape

This expansion centers around activities such as snowboarding, skiing, sledding and mountain climbing, as well as the new lifestyles game mechanic. It includes Mt. Komorebi, a snowy, Japanese-inspired mountainous world featuring new types of weather. Owning The Sims 4: Seasons is not required to play the pack.[2]

The Sims 4 Snowy Escape


The expansion features the world of Mt. Komorebi - a snowy and mountainous region with Japanese-inspired architecture based on two Japanese islands, Honshū and Hokkaido. It has both residential homes and rental lots, allowing Sims to both live and vacation there.[3] With the pack's associated base game update, Sims are also able to vacation in any other residential world.[4]

The Sims 4: Snowy Escape is the tenth expansion pack for The Sims 4 franchise, bringing a new world filled with mountains, ski slopes, and winter activities. On November 13, 2020, players have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a winter wonderland filled with new challenges, opportunities, and adventures. This expansion pack provides a new snowy world filled with snow sports, winter hiking, and hot springs, as well as the chance to explore a new culture and meet new Sims.

In general, this expansion pack can be compared to The Sims 2: Bon Voyage and The Sims 3: World Adventures, with its focus on new worlds and activities to explore. Unlike The Sims 4: Island Living, which focused on beach life, this pack is all about winter sports, adventures and the culture of a cold-weather destination. Players can choose to live in traditional Japanese-style homes, hit the slopes and take on new challenges, or simply relax and enjoy the breathtaking winter scenery. Whether players are looking for a winter sports challenge or just a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the everyday world, The Sims 4: Snowy Escape is the perfect choice. Players also should keep in mind that Seasons is not required to enjoy the snow for this pack's features.

The Sims 4: Snowy Escape pack provides players with a stylish and practical collection of CAS items, ideal for sims who are ready to conquer the snowy mountain. Featuring a blend of functionality and fashion, players can choose from a range of outfits that embody the sporty-chic style, perfect for winter sports enthusiasts. The CAS items also include a range of new hairstyles and accessories, including fun items like ski goggles and beanies. In addition, the pack includes a limited selection of traditional and non-traditional Japanese clothing, allowing players to dress their sims in appropriate attire for the new Mount Komorebi festivals

In my preview, I mentioned the winter sports, which you may think are the focus of the pack. However, Snowy Escape is far more than Skiing, Snowboarding, and Sledding. Not only does the neighborhood of Yukimatsu offer these activities, but it also allows sims to go climbing, hiking, and exploring.

"For many people, I expect, Snowy Escape will be the right experience, at just the right time," Nardone said. "Your Sims can escape to the world of Mount Komorebi on vacation, or make it the place that they call home. It's delivering things you've never seen in The Sims before."

So, what does your snowy escape look like? Find out today! Start your Mt. Komorebi adventure in The Sims 4 Snowy Escape Expansion Pack (requires The Sims 4 to play), is now available on the Xbox Store.

The Sims 4: Snowy Escape is the newest addition to the Sims 4 - a life simulator game created by EA Maxis and released by Electronic Arts in 2014. This time, the expansion pack enriches the game with a number of new, and interesting activities, mainly connected with winter. The biggest novelty introduced in Snowy Escapade is Mt. Komorebi - a unique and beautiful village located among snowy mountains. While designing the new location, developers took their inspiration from Japanese architecture. It is worth mentioning that in order to work, the Snowy Escape requires the base game.

Snowy Escape is an expansion pack for The Sims 4 that will allow your sims to experience the joys of living in the mountain. They will be able to engage in new winter-related sports and activities and practice new skills like climbing, skiing, and snowboarding. The Japanese-inspired world of Mt. Komorebi will be the perfect scenario for your sims to enjoy the snow, and they will be able to rent a vacation house there or even build their own home if they choose to. Snowy Escape includes a wide array of Lifestyles for your Sims, new elements to design your house, plenty of new cosmetic items to personalize their looks, and new locations to visit as you explore the mountains, including the relaxing hot springs of the Onsen or a place to meditate in the gardens of the mountain temple.

New animations come into play with the new winter sports, which include sledding, skiiing and snowboarding. Use the ski lift (which is a rabbit hole) to travel to different heights of the snowy mountain and raise the relevant skills needed to perform the best tricks. Another nice touch is a new animation which sees Sims remove their shoes when entering their home, something which is very well-known in Japan.

Komorebi means light filtering through the trees. There are tons of trees around throughout Mt. Komorebi and each neighborhood has its own distinct themes and perks. The new world Mt. Komorebi is a very unique setting for locals and tourists. Sims can either reside or visit these snowy slopes.

The Snow Slopes of Mt. Komorebi offers tons of fun and adventure. Your sims can sled, ski, or snowboard. There are four different trails that sims can choose from, beginners should start with the bunny trail until their skill goes up.

To go into the hot springs you must abide by the rules to gain entry. No unrinsed sims can gain entry to the springs. This is to ensure that the hot spring water stays up to hygienic standards. Apparently, if Sims break the etiquette of the Onsen other sims will react differently to them.

Snowy Escape's most promising features aren't the new world of Mt. Komorebi, or its extensive build items, or even its wide variety of snowy activities. Hell, it's not even in the reveal trailer. The best features introduced in Snowy Escape are Lifestyles and Sentiments, which add much-needed and oft-requested depth to Sims' personalities. If you were worried this new content would fall short when it was announced (as other attempts to deepen relationships and personalities have felt a bit half-assed), but I'm happy to report that is not the case.

There are over 130 new build and buy items for you to create the perfect Japanese-inspired escape. And since, for the first time ever, Mt. Komorebi is both a residential world and vacation destination, you can buy a home and immediately go on vacation to get some design inspo. And there's tons of it, whether it's in the beautiful reds of the Japanese maples in Senmabachi, the glittering snow at the peak of Mt. Komorebi, or in the koi fish in the decorative ponds. Koi fish, dammit!

There are a total of 14 lots in the new world. One of the neighborhoods is a more traditional Sinbamachi, the other neighborhood looks a bit more modern and of course the snowy mountain neighborhood. 041b061a72


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