The Sims 4 City Living DLC has been released earlier this month with the addition of the new world of San MyShuno. The world comes packed with districts like The Fashion District, Uptown, The Spice Market and The Arts Quarter. Uptown is filled with luxurious apartments for the rich Sims.
Note that the cheapest apartments in The Sims 4 City Living DLC Uptown are in 1020 Alto Apartments. The one bedroom with two bathroom apartment is currently occupied by the mid-aged critic, Lobo. The rent will cost for $2,500 Simoleons a week but a $12,500 Simoleons deposit is needed. However, a fully-furnished apartment in the Alto costs $63, 580.
A more upscale option in The Sims 4 City Living DLC would be the 1010 Alto Apartments which cost $3,500 Simoleons a week with $15,000 initial deposit. A fully-furnished apartment is priced at $100,215 complete with a Chef's Kitchen. An apartment in IX Landgraab is also available for $3,750 a week or $76, 630 for a fully-furnished one.
The best choice is said to be the VIII Landgraab apartment with two bedrooms and two bathrooms for $5,000 a week or $98,420 for the fully-furnished. The most expensive in The Sims 4 City Living DLC is said to be the 888 Spire Apartments that cost $7,500 weekly. The two bedroom-three baths apartment offers Great View trait.
Meanwhile, it is speculated that after The Sims 4 City Living DLC, the much-awaited The Sims 5 would be released soon. However, rumor has it that the game has already been ditched. On the other hand, EA is yet to confirm whether or not The Sims 4 would be the last in the franchise.
The Sims 4 City Living DLC is expected to increase the overall ratings of the game. Apparently, officials from The Sims Studio allegedly revealed that if The Sims 4 would not reach satisfactory sales levels, The Sims 5 would not push through. Moreover, reviews reportedly claim that the game is a big failure in the market. Watch The Sims 4 City Living Apartment Official Trailer here: