The Sims FreePlay and LEGO Dots have joined hands to enable Sims players to express themselves far more innovatively in the game.
LEGO Dots items are known for being vibrant and exuding a sense of joy. Now, these items will be a part of the world of the Sims. A new in-game pack and a limited-edition live event have been introduced in the game. The new pack and the live edition will be accessible for players till 24 July.
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Simmers will now be able to get an entire town designed on their own. The town they design will reflect their individualistic dreams, personality and style in The Sims FreePlay. Designed as a simulation game, the Sims FreePlaygives players the opportunity to express their characteristics and put together a Sim tale which they can proudly claim to be their own. The aesthetics of The Sims FreePlay and LEGO Dots are quite similar to each other. Therefore, this collaboration seems to be a natural progression for both companies.
Explore the wonderful world of LEGO® DOTS in the latest update of The Sims FreePlay! From bracelets to wall hanging masterpieces, your Sims will love expressing their individuality through mixing and matching bright colors and patterns! @LEGO_Group https://t.co/DkOEJ9cjhH pic.twitter.com/pPT5ev2syQ
— The Sims FreePlay (@TheSimsFreePlay) June 13, 2022
The collaboration will feature a LEGO Dots x The Sims Live Event that will be up for a limited period of time. Also included will be a free LEGO Dots Pack. Players will have access to a variety of in-game products till 24 July. The LEGO Dots x The Sims Live Event will enable players to collect specialized items by accomplishing certain tasks. Players will also be required to collect resources from Arts and Crafts Stations.
Simmers will get the opportunity to unlock as many as 10 unique DOTS products that they can use in their virtual homes. They will get access to these products once they collect the requisite resources. Some of the products they can earn include a banana pencil holder, panda tray, candy land bracelet, stick-on canvas, ice cream picture frame and message boards.