Before their stream on notE3, EA have simply released The Sims 4, together with all of its expansions, on Steam, as if it was not important. It is sad to think that such a good game laid in EA\u2019s databases for such a long amount of time. What\u2019s more, Titanfall 2 also arrived here unexpectedly. Steam\u2019s page explain that the game will use and install origin on your computer, so it can\u2019t all be golden this early. The Sims 4 is available for purchase on Steam at the moment. The base game was launched with a 50% discount, so the total cost comes to 20 USD. The DLCs are also on sale, at about 20-30% off each, except for the latest expansion there is: Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle. Fortunately, there is no point in buying this DLC anyway, as it is not really worth your money. The latest installment in the game brings a lot of management details that truly make it an amazing game. This series, which has been with us for such a long amount of time, does not cease to impress with every game released. There is a certain satisfaction to starting from nothing, then slowly building up your sims\u2019 lives, getting them jobs, friends, relationships, and absolutely rocking it at interior design. However, if you do not feel like going through the entire The Sims 4 experience, you can just do a quick google search and look for The Sims 4 cheats, which will make your life simpler with everything from spawning items to editing characters. Last year, after EA announced the fact that they will be returning from Steam, they mentioned that The Sims 4 is also coming. By this point, I honestly expected that EA would save the news for The Sims 4 release at notE3, but it looks like decided to surprise us.