The Sims 4 is receiving a ‘Journey to Batuu’ Star Wars expansion pack on September 8th

Joining the not insignificant rundown of development packs for Electronic Arts’ The Sims 4 is one we haven’t exactly observed previously: a Star Wars-themed one, called Journey to Batuu. The development, itemized in a Gamescom trailer circulated during the virtual-just introduction on Thursday, is expected out September eighth and carries with it various mark characters, things, and conditions from the exemplary establishment.

There are droids, lightsabers, and even Rey and Kylo Ren. The trailer additionally shows the Millennium Falcon, stormtroopers, and a portion of the clear hijinks you can get into playing Journey to Batuu, including lightsaber dueling. The pack and its decision of Batuu as the prime objective was clearly propelled by Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge amusement park.

Here’s how the press release describes it:

In The Sims 4 Star Wars: Journey to Batuu, players will leave their homes to travel to the planet of Batuu where they’ll have to make a choice on which faction to work with, as the actions their Sims take will lead to control of the Black Spire Outpost. Sims can choose to support Rey and Vi Moradi as part of the Resistance, pledge loyalty to the First Order under Kylo Ren or shift their focus to gaining credits with Hondo Ohnaka and the scoundrels. As Sims embark on exciting missions, they’ll increase their reputation, unlock new artifacts and one-of-kind clothing, customize their own droids and create a coveted lightsaber. After players leave Batuu and return home, they can even bring back some of these items, like their lightsaber, to enjoy with other Sims they’ve already created.

“With The Sims, we’ve always strived to create content that takes players’ imaginations beyond their limits to tell fun and unique stories in the game, and with The Sims 4 Star Wars: Journey to Batuu, they’ll be able to take their Sims on an adventure to the edge of the galaxy,” Lyndsay Pearson, the executive producer of The Sims, said in a statement. “We’re such big Star Wars fans, and set out to create an authentic and immersive Star Wars experience for players that also embodies the self-expression and deep storytelling possibilities with The Sims.”

The Sims has likewise advanced after some time with each new extension, giving players heaps of new stuff to explore different avenues regarding, fabricate, and plan. And keeping in mind that there have been Star Wars beautifiers and other connections previously, The Sims hasn’t had something at the size of a full development pack previously. On account of designer Maxis being possessed by Star Wars computer game licensee EA, Journey to Batuu is an association that it appears has been bound to happen.

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