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Best Sims 4 Game Packs: All of the Sims 4 Game Packs Ranked by a Real Player

Need help determining which sims 4 game packs are worth your money? In this post, I’ll tell you the order that I would buy the game packs as an avid sims player. Here are the best sims 4 game packs.

best sims 4 game packs

There are now ten sims 4 game packs and with the vast amount of content for sale for the sims 4, it can be hard to figure out what’s worth your hard-earned money.

In this post, I want to make sure that you spend your money wisely and purchase the sims 4 game packs that will truly expand your gameplay and give you hours of fun.

Like I mentioned in my ranking the sims 4 expansion packs post, I love realistic family gameplay in my sims games. That obviously has an effect on my rankings of the packs. So, with that being said, if you’re someone who is very into occult sims or themed gameplay, you may not agree with my list but hear me out.

Here are the Sims 4 Game Packs Ranked.

Best Sims 4 Game Packs

1. The Sims 4 Parenthood

As someone who loves family gameplay, getting a game pack like Parenthood was a godsend. I use it all. the. time. I especially love the way your kids can gain responsibility, manners, empathy, etc. in their childhood and this affects their personality as they grow up.

In addition, the items that came with this pack are incredible. The school projects are a fun new activity and the new kitchen set is everything.

2. The Sims 4 Dream Home Decorator

I absolutely love this pack because of all the BEAUTIFUL build and buy mode items that come with it. I genuinely think this is a must-have pack if you enjoy building or just decorating sims homes. This pack elevated all of my sim’s homes to a new level of gorgeous.

The interior decorator career gameplay gets a bit repetitive, but honestly, it’s great if you want to redecorate all the houses in the world in a more realistic way. You don’t really need the career, but you DO need all of the items that come in this pack.

3. The Sims 4 Dine Out

As glitchy as this pack is, Dine Out is one of my favorites because it adds something fun for your sims to do. Whenever I start a new save file, I’m always sure to add a variety of restaurants throughout the world. It’s awesome to be able to send your sims out on a cute dinner date or have a nice birthday dinner for a family member.

This pack also gives you the ability to run your own restaurant. I don’t play with this aspect of the pack often, but when I do, it’s always a lot of fun. This is a pack that I would definitely recommend getting.

4. The Sims 4 Realm of Magic

As much as occult sims aren’t my thing, this pack is SUPER cool. I’ve actually been getting into this pack more and more lately. And I think it has a lot more to do with the looks of this pack than the actual gameplay. I love the witchy vibes!

The world is incredible. The CAS is breathtaking. And the build/buy is impressive. Plus if you are into occult sims, you’ll enjoy the gameplay of the spellcasters. I bought this pack on sale and I would recommend it getting at that sale price.

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5. The Sims 4 Jungle Adventure

I love the aesthetic of Selvadorada. It’s breathtaking and the little cantina with the shops is a cute hangout. The way they did the Selvadoradan culture skill reminds me a lot of vacations in The Sims 2 where you would learn each culture’s unique greeting and activities.

Unfortunately, I don’t play in the world that much or use the archaeology skill often so, that’s why it’s fifth on my list. But I still think it’s a fun pack with a beautiful world.

6. The Sims 4 Strangerville

Strangerville was, sadly, not a good pack. I was rooting for this one because Strangetown in The Sims 2 is one of my all-time favorite worlds with some of my favorite Sims. But there is no replayability to the Strangerville storyline and it wasn’t even that interesting in the first place. I never find myself going back to it.

The world of Strangerville is gorgeous. I’ll admit that. But the houses. Oh boy. The houses are atrociously decorated and incredibly empty. EA really needed to hire the game changers for this pack’s builds.

7. The Sims 4 Vampires

The Sims 4 Vampires game pack was actually really well done, in my opinion. The entire vampire system and aspirations are pretty in-depth (for The Sims 4.) However, as I’ve mentioned before on my blog, occult sims are not my thing. They aren’t vital to my realistic family gameplay.

There is one SUPER annoying part of owning this pack though: vampires showing up at your house every night. It gets old quickly. Overall, this is a good pack, but just not for my style of play.

8. The Sims 4 Spa Day

Spa Day is one of those packs that I forget that I even have. I rarely find myself placing a Spa lot and sending my sims there for the day. It’s fun the first time you visit but gets boring quickly.

This game pack did add Yoga, which is a cool addition to the game, but not one that I find super necessary. The biggest perk of this pack is being able to add additional elements to the gyms in your world, like yoga classes, a sauna, etc. Other than that, it’s pretty forgettable.

9. The Sims 4 Outdoor Retreat

Outdoor Retreat was the first game pack that was released for The Sims 4. It was pretty disappointing. The vacation world of Granite Falls is nice, but the gameplay in this pack is lacking for me.

Whether I had this pack installed or uninstalled, I don’t think I would notice. It has little to no effect on my everyday gameplay. Camping is cute, but once again, boring after the first time.

10. The Sims 4 Star Wars: Journey to Batuu

When I saw that this pack was being released, I thought it was a joke. Who asked for this? I don’t know many sims players who are also huge fans of Star Wars. It felt like it came out of left-field. And it definitely came across as a cheap money grab by EA to many sims players, including myself.

I had to put this game pack last on this list because:

  1. I haven’t even bought this pack myself because you vote with your money. ( I have watched reviews and gameplay however)
  2. It adds no value to my family realism gameplay style
  3. It showed how little EA cares about what their players actually want to see in the Sims

This pack was a total waste of a game pack for simmers and it would be a complete waste of your money to buy it.

This was my list of the best sims 4 game packs in the order that I would purchase them. I may or may not have had some unpopular opinions sprinkled throughout.

With that said, I would LOVE to hear your opinions on the best sims 4 game packs. Rank them in the comments below and tell me why you agree or disagree with me!

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