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​EA Drops Price Of 'The Sims 4' By 75 Per Cent

​EA Drops Price Of 'The Sims 4' By 75 Per Cent

Schools are closing, many of us are working from home and people are starting to socially distance in order to tackle coronavirus.

The Digital Deluxe Edition of Sims 4 has been reduced from £44.99 to £11.24 (Credit: EA Games)
The Digital Deluxe Edition of Sims 4 has been reduced from £44.99 to £11.24 (Credit: EA Games)
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And whilst being housebound might not sound too bad at first, it's understandable that in a few days you might feel like you're going a little stir crazy.

But don't worry - we've got you covered.

Remember that epic time-consuming game you played as a teen - The Sims? Well you can now buy Sims 4 Digital Deluxe Edition for as little as £11.24 thanks to a cheeky early spring sale on Origin - and it's down from £44.99!

Seriously, this game used to draw us in for hours. Isolation... we're ready for ya!

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You can regress back to childhood as you hunker down, building your dream house, bagging your ideal job virtually via your Sim's character and falling in love with the hot guy or gal next door.

You can even head into town, or stock up your virtual fridge with all your favourite food.

It's the perfect escape from the reality of not being able to leave your home to head to the pub or bag anything from the supermarket because annoying people rinsing the shelves.

And now with prices having dropped by 75 per cent on the game - it is the perfect opportunity to snap it up and wile away hours on the computer, with nobody to judge you.

You can throw parties for your Sims in a world where coronavirus doesn't exist (Credit: EA Games)
You can throw parties for your Sims in a world where coronavirus doesn't exist (Credit: EA Games)

You can shop it here.

Playing computer games isn't the only thing people will be doing whilst isolating though. Others have already been using apps such as House Party to get p**sed together. And why the hell not?

If it makes the isolation a bit more bearable, we're here for it.

Featured Image Credit: EA Games

Topics: coronavirus, Games, tech

Lauren Bell

A freelance journalist at Tyla with an interest in health and fitness, travel and lifestyle topics, as well as highlighting issues for women. She graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2011 with a BA Honours Journalism degree and ever since has written for various platforms, including Mail Online, The Sun, that's life magazine and b-inspired magazine.

 

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