Sims 4 Growing Together Release Date & Time

The Sims 4 Growing Together release date and time is coming closer and closer, and I’m sure that a lot of you want to know when exactly you can dive in. Well, that’s what we’ll be talking about in this guide. We are also going to talk a little bit about all the new content you can look forward to. So, without further ado, let’s dive in!

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sims 4 growing together release date & time
Sims 4 Growing Together Release Date & Time

When is Sims 4 Growing Together Coming Out

According to the official post, Sims 4 Growing Together is coming out on March 16th, 2023, but the exact release time varies depending on where you live. Namely, you can start playing downloading and playing the new content at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 5 PM BT / 6 PM CET. That’s in the wee hours of the morning in East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, etc. In fact, the very same post has a handy countdown that you can follow. The update will launch simultaneously across PC, Mac, Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The pack costs forty bucks (or whatever your local equivalent is), and you can pick it up pretty much anywhere. By that, I mean you can buy it on Steam, Epic and Origin / EA App on PC and your respective console stores. It’s pricey, but offers a lot of new stuff.

When the Sims 4 Growing Together update release date and time rolls around, you’ll be able to enjoy a whole new world called San Sequoia. It features three new Neighborhoods with four Lots each. You can also look forward to sixteen new Conversation Topics and eighteen Sims Characteristics, new milestones and gameplay objects, and more. Adult Sims will even “get” to experience work layoffs and midlife crises. So much for escapism. One of the biggest draws of Growing Together is, of course, the new Infant life stage, which will come with its own sets of challenges, traits, and more. There’s so much to sink your teeth into if you’re a fan of Sims, so mark your calendars!

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