Sims 4

Sims 4’s developer has announced that the game will no longer support 32-bit operating systems. So, you will have to download the legacy version which will be coming out shortly. Sims 4 Legacy will be short of some features such as updates, banners, gallery, and social integration.

The developer wrote on EA:

Today we are announcing some changes to the supported specifications for The Sims 4™ on PC and Mac.  As of June 2019, we will no longer support The Sims 4 on Non-Metal Mac OS machines or PC 32-bit Operating Systems.


This update will also retire support for 32-bit Operating Systems. We regularly evaluate our technologies, and to continue growing, improving, and optimizing the game, we have made the decision to retire 32-bit support. If you are a PC player who cannot update to a 64-bit OS, The Sims 4: Legacy Edition will be made available to you.


If you are a fan of the Sims 4, upgrade your OS to 64-bit as you will get future updates and more features, unlike the legacy version. For now, you can still play the regular version of Sims, but after June you won’t be able to.

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