the sims 4 courtyard oasis

The whole The Sims 4 experience is built on content, and that has seen the original base game enhanced and expanded by a huge number of content packs over the months. But it seems like this is a world which is limitless, as is proven by the new The Sims 4 Courtyard Oasis Kit. 

Available to purchase and add into your base The Sims 4 experience, the Courtyard Oasis Kit is the latest option for players looking to build in even further immersion to the world of The Sims. 

Priced at £4.99 on Xbox, this is significantly cheaper than the bigger, brasher, more content populated drops that have previously arrived – you know, the likes of Cats and Dogs or the Paranormal Stuff Pack – but it still allows for some decent customisation and personalisation. 

Inspired by the riads of Morocco, the Courtyard Oasis Kit will let you create your own super-stylish, dreamy courtyard, one that is full of vividness, bright colours and tiles. With lanterns ready to be found hanging from every corner, tropical plants present to deliver some foliage and the chance to embrace the natural look, anyone with a copy of The Sims 4 who is looking for more from their game should be well sorted. 

We’d suspect that the low asking price will make this a bit of a tempter for many The Sims 4 players, and whilst it doesn’t in anyway allow for the amount of changes and options that previous packs have done, it all looks bright, beautiful and delightful enough. 

You’ll obviously need The Sims 4 base game in hand prior to purchasing and downloading the Courtyard Oasis Kit. You’ll find the base game and the DLC present on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC.

Let us know if you decide to pick this one up. 

DLC Description:

Turn the center of your Sim’s home into a lush, vibrant space inspired by the riads of Morocco with The Sims™ 4 Courtyard Oasis Kit*! Lounge around the fountain, admire the decorative tiling, and bring your family together in absolute harmony.

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