Common Complaints With The Sims 4: Snowy Escape

If you’re thinking of purchasing The Sims 4: Snowy Escape but are the type of person who values others’ opinions before making a decision, then this is your one-stop-shop for finding out what other people think of the game. We put on our hazard suits and stepped into the Sims community and collected common complaints with The Sims 4: Snowy Escape.

Disclaimer: None of these are our complaints (because honestly, we bought the DLC but haven’t explored it yet). We’re simply taking some of the common complaints we’ve found around the internet. Don’t kill the messenger now!

What Does It Even Add?

One of the most common complaints was wondering what value it brings to justify the expansion cost. There was already decor in the game to make decent Japanese-style homes; there was already snow, so what did it add besides some snow activities? It has a new world, but nothing worth paying full price for. They could have (at the very least) thrown in a yeti for what they’re charging for the expansion.

There’s Maybe Half An Hour Of New Content

If you were to sit down and play new content and new content only, you’d be done within half an hour. If you were someone who rushes everything, you’d knock it out within the first fifteen minutes. If you use your imagination, you could probably stretch it out for a couple of hours.

The Lots Are Small

Well, it is “Japan,” right? The houses are normally small, so you’re going to have to cramp a larger family into one of them or get rid of one of the rentals. Not sure why The Sims 4 decided to go for accuracy with Snowy Escape when it came to lots and almost nothing else (except for build items).

At least there are new social interactions, but that doesn’t necessarily help loner Sims.

Do you have any legitimate complaints about The Sims 4: Snowy Escape?