The Sims™ 4 Get To Work - Buyer's Guide

Unleash your creativity in The Sims 4 Get to Work, where you'll guide your Sims through new careers and entrepreneurial ventures. Worth a try, but tempered expectations.
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In The Sims™ 4 Get to Work, players are given unparalleled control over their virtual careers, guiding their characters through various professions like doctors, detectives, or scientists. Each job comes with unique challenges and opportunities for growth, such as delivering babies, solving mysterious crimes, or inventing groundbreaking gadgets. Furthermore, players can unleash their entrepreneurial spirit by creating and managing custom retail businesses - from cozy bookstores to glitzy clothing boutiques. With a plethora of skills to master and Simoleons to earn, The Sims 4 Get to Work offers an immersive experience that blends strategy with creativity.

Should I play The Sims™ 4 Get To Work in 2024?

The good

From the reviews, it seems that some players were initially excited to try out the Get To Work pack, and were looking forward to new features and gameplay.

The bad

The reviews almost exclusively focus on the negative aspects of the pack, with one player calling it “boring” and stating that you can only work three jobs. One player even requests a refund.


While the reviews are undoubtedly mixed, I’d advise potential buyers to approach with caution. Unfortunately, the sheer number of complaints about the limited job options might make it a deal-breaker for some players. However, if you’re still interested in trying out the pack, you might find some redeeming qualities that weren’t mentioned in these reviews. If you do decide to give it a shot, keep in mind that the limitations might be frustrating for some players. I’d say it’s worth a closer look, but with tempered expectations.

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