Gamers are being warned by Electronic Arts of yet another game crash

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  • This week, Electronic Arts confirmed the end of another game by revealing that starting on December 12, The Sims 4: Legacy Edition will no longer be downloadable. The Sims 4 is quite similar to this software, however it’s designed to be played on older machines, thus there are restrictions on the features and versions that are supported.

You must discover a solution to update your system and migrate save his data for a seamless transfer if you want to continue playing The Sims 4 and want to play The Sims 4 properly.

The Sims 4: Legacy Edition’s retirement was announced this week, to the disappointment of those still playing that version of the game. Originally in 2019 he was released for those who play on 32-bit systems. Either way, these systems will no longer be supported, and after December 12th, legacy editions will no longer be available.

If you’re using a Mac, EA recommends making sure you’re using macOS 10.11 or later. PC gamers need to make sure they can play on 64-bit devices. As long as you meet one of these requirements, you can continue to play The Sims 4 through whichever Standard or Deluxe Edition you own.

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