Two new kits for The Sims 4 arrive tomorrow, focused on relaxing vacations and cozy dining


Maxis and Electronic Arts (EA) have unveiled two exciting new downloadable content (DLC) kits for The Sims 4, the beloved free-to-play life simulation game: The Sims 4 Riviera Retreat kit and The Sims 4 Cozy Bistro kit.

The Sims 4 Riviera Retreat kit is designed to elevate your in-game spaces with a touch of serene elegance, blending timeless antiquity with contemporary styles. This DLC introduces a plethora of new items including linen furniture, decorative archways, rustic wicker recliners, tranquil waterfalls, and verdant pergolas. Whether you’re sprucing up your patios, gardens, or poolside areas, this kit promises to infuse your virtual world with a sense of peaceful luxury.

On the other hand, The Sims 4 Cozy Bistro kit invites players to craft intimate dining experiences with its array of vibrant awnings, Parisian bistro furnishings, intricately crafted windows, and vintage decorative accents. While some build mode items may suit art deco-themed homes, the primary focus is on enhancing bar or lounge-type lots.


Both DLC kits will be available for purchase starting tomorrow, May 30, 2024, priced at the standard rate of $4.99 / £4.99. For those unfamiliar with The Sims 4’s pricing structure, kits offer a cost-effective way to expand gameplay, providing a bite-sized injection of content at a lower price point compared to expansion packs, game packs, and stuff packs.

While some kits may introduce basic gameplay elements, the core of these offerings typically lies in the addition of new build mode items centered around a specific theme. Even if you opt not to invest in additional content, you can still enjoy The Sims 4 base game for free on various platforms including PC, Mac, PlayStation, and Xbox.