There are a total of 18 worlds in the Sims 4, each of which has neighborhoods and additional areas. Sims can freely explore the terrain, interact with Sims, and visit stores in their neighborhood, which has helped make the Sims a more interactive experience for players. In this post, we’re going to explore each world and what you can do with free roam.
Although there are 18 worlds in the Sims 4, some may not be accessible if you don’t have all the expansion packs. For example, Forgotten Hollow is only available with the Vampires DLC, so your Sims can’t travel to this location without buying that pack.
Let’s take an in-depth look at each location in the game that your Sims can visit.
The Sims 4 Base Game Worlds
Willow Creek is a part of one of the two worlds that was shipped with The Sims 4 base game along with Oasis Springs. It was designed to look like New Orleans.
Overview: Willow Creek is considered to be a quiet get-away from most Sims who want to take a load off and relax in an upper-American suburbia. Players can take a ride on the ferry boat and see the gorgeous lights at night. You also have the possibility of seeing the legendary Bob Pancakes.
Neighborhoods: Willow Creek has six neighborhoods and one secret lot that’s entirely separated from the rest of the community. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Foundry Cove
- Courtyard Lane
- Pendula View
- Sage Estates
- Crawdad Quarter
- Magnolia Blossom Park
- Sylvan Glade (Secret Lot)
Lots: There are 16 residential lots and 5 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 4 inhabited lots, 9 uninhabited lots, and 3 empty lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit The Blue Velvet (a nightclub), Magnolia Blossom (a park), Movers & Shakers (the gym), Municipal Muses (The Museum), and Willow Creek Archives (the library).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Willow Creek experienced four seasons that include cold winters with strong blizzards and hot summers with thunderstorms. There are chances for precipitation throughout the spring.
Climate: (No Seasons): Willow Creek stays sunny all year.
Oasis Springs is a part of one of the two worlds that were shipped with The Sims 4 base game along with Willows Creek. It was designed to mimic the Southwestern U.S.A.
Overview: Oasis Spring is considered to be a quiet and serene suburb that’s warm, dry, and sunny all year round. Players can take a trip to the old forgotten mind as a tourist attraction. You can also take a stroll down to Oasis Springs for fishing.
Neighborhoods: Oasis Springs has six neighborhoods and one secret lot that’s entirely separated from the rest of the community. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Bedrock Strait
- Parched Prospect
- Skyward Palms
- Acquisition Butte
- Mirage Canyon
- Desert Bloom Park
- Forgotten Grotto (Secret Lot)
Lots: There are 16 residential lots and 5 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 4 inhabited lots, 9 uninhabited lots, and 3 empty lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit Burners & Builders (the gym), Desert Bloom (the park), The Futures Past (the museum), Rattlesnake Juice (the bar), and The Solar Flare (lounge).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Oasis Spring is very hot and hard rains. In the Summer, the heat waves are consistent, but in Spring and fall the weather is sunny and hot. In the Winter, Oasis Springs will become overcast.
Climate: (No Seasons): Oasis Springs has heat waves all year.
Newcrest is was give to The Sims 4 base game players for free via the June 11, 2015 game update. Newcrest isn’t based on any city in particular, but it does resemble a modern suburb.
Overview: Newcrest targets its neighborhood towards Sims that are looking for empty space. It’s peaceful and quiet, so you can find refuge here from the busy city life. With ample room to job, most residents are in shape and love to exercise.
Neighborhoods: Newcrest has three neighborhoods.
- Llama Lagoon
- Ridgeline Drive
Lots: There are 15 residential lots, all of which are empty.
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Newcrest has distinct seasons that have hot Summers, cold Winters, and a mild Spring and Fall. You’ll see your fair share of thunderstorms, rainy days, and snowstorms.
Climate: (No Seasons):Newcrest has mild temperatures all year.
The Sims 4: Outdoor Retreat World
From here on out, all of the worlds below are only available through expansion packs.
Granite Falls is a naturescape that has properties surrounded by trees. This expansion pack revolves around camping, but your Sims can also buy property. Once the Sim gets settled in, they can explore the world by going hiking, making campfires, and interacting with other Sims.
Ranger Stations are available around Granite Falls as a way to purchase objects. Bears can come into contact with your Sim to make them feel tense.
Overview: Granite Falls asks Sims to get down and dirty by camping or choose to stay bougie and stay in a beautiful cabin. With so many insects, you’re going to run into a lot of bugs, so pack your bug spray and mosquito net. To experience nature at its best, look no further than Granite Falls.
Lots: Granite Falls has 5 accommodations and 1 national park. Players can edit the lots by changing the build or changing lot assignments.
- Campgrounds (§111 per day)
- Forest Hideaway (2 bed, 2 baths, §635 per day)
- Green Getaway (1 bed, 1 bath, §397 per day)
- Lakeside Retreat (4 bed, 3 baths, §893 per day)
- Riverside Retreat (1 bed, 1 bath, §282 per day)
- Hermit’s House (Secret Lot)
- Granite Falls Forest
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Granite Falls has distinctive seasons. In the Summer it’s sunny, but not too hot. Winters are very snow and full of blizzards; freezing temperatures. Spring is cool and wet, while Fall can range from cool to warm.
Climate: (No Seasons): Granite Falls keeps Spring-like temperatures.
Campground acts like a neighborhood in Granite Falls. Sims that take their vacation on the Campground can choose between full cabins or tents. There are tables and chairs scattered across the campground.
Neighborhood Amenities: The area surrounding the Campsite gives your Sims plenty of room to walk, hike, or jog. You’re surrounded by Pine Trees (that can be edited) that prevent you from leaving the site. The grounds themselves are quite big.
There are a few fishing spots, plenty of places to cook good, and a large statue in the middle of the Campground, which is the mascot of Granite Falls. Sims with a handiness level 7 can learn how to create a smaller version with a woodworking table.
Beside the mascot is the community garden, which had a community garden filled with carrots and potatoes.
Park Rangers: Park rangers will wander around the area; some of them are wearing costumes.
The campground has 5 total lots: the Campground, Lakeside Retreat, Forested Hideaway, Riverside Retreat, and Green Getaway.
The Campground: Simulated roughing it in the outdoors. Has an outhouse, a campfire, a few chairs, a picnic table, and a grill.
Lakeside Retreat: A large, 2 story cabin with expensive beds, showers, and a large open kitchen. Sims that stay here have access to a horseshoe pit, a big terrace, a campfire, two radios, a small radio, and a large backyard.
Forest Hideaway: The second most expensive rental, the Forest hideaway has two bedrooms, a bathroom, an open kitchen, a cheap television, a terrace, portable cooler, campfire, games table, horseshoe pit, and a barbeque.
Riverside Retreat: A small, one-story hour with one bathroom, one bedroom, a cheap fridge, cheap television, a kitchen without a stove, a barbeque, a from and backyard, a porch, portable cooler, a games table, and a front and backyard with a campfire.
Green Getaway: Another small home, the Green Getaway, has the same features as the Riverside Retreat, except the furniture is updated. There’s also a bathtub inside and horseshoes.
Granite Falls Forest
Inside the Granite, Forest lies mystery, intrigue, and bears that are trying to eat you. Included with Outdoor Retreat, the Granite Falls Forest contains the whole forest and the wooden house.
Neighborhood Amenities: The wooden house contains a fireplace, guitar, chess table, a cooler, a woodworking table, and a bathroom.
The Forest: Outside, you’ll find a few picnic tables, a campfire, a barbeque, a horseshoe pit, and plenty of wildlife to discover. Sims can collect rocks, insects, wild plants, and frogs.
You can roam around the national park to see multiple Sims hiking alongside you. If you speak to them, they can give you some tips and information about the surrounding area.
Hidden Lot Location: Right beside the two fishing spot locations is Hermit’s House, a secret lot you can access by going down a rabbit hole. But, it’s technically not coded as a world inside Granite Falls.
The Hermit House, also known as the Deep Woods house, is a secret lot and sub-world that rabbit-holes you from Granite Falls. Sims can only access this location through a shrub hole. When the Sim enters the area, they need to go through an adventure before reaching the house.
An unsuccessful return from an adventure will give your Sim a tense moodlet. The most reliable route is the step forward, get through the web and ignore the object, or you could sally forth. It’s a bit random, which makes the Hermit House difficult to navigate.
At the Hermits House: While at the Hermits House, you’ll be able to try for the rare Mountain Lionfish. Close to the waterfall is a campfire.
Rare Items: Sims will be able to collect fish, insects, metals, crystals, and wild plants. The will-o-the-wisp insect is only found in this location, so scoop him up while you can!
Hermit NPC: The Hermit NPC can be spoken to. Sims can become good friends with the Hermit and will give Sims the option to learn the “Fungal Infusion Fertilizer Remedy.” There isn’t much in the Hermits house, just a few plants and a woodworking table.
The Sims 4: Get to Work World
Magnolia Promenade was introduced in the Get to Work expansion pack released on March 31, 2015. Get to Work included three new active careers: Doctor, Detective, and Scientist, and gave Sims the ability to own and manage a business.
The neighborhood is set near downtown Willow Creek and contains the same architectural style as that location. While there are only 4 standard lots within Magnolia Promenade, there are 2 other lots, the Police Station and Willow Creek Hospital, set within the neighborhood, and one secret lot, Sixam, close by.
Overview: Magnolia Promenade targets Sims that are interested in opening their own business, as well as families who want to keep their children entertained with parks. There are numerous rivers and ducks, which enjoy playing in the water.
Neighborhoods: Magnolia Promenade is a single neighborhood.
Lots: This neighborhood has 4 lots: Paddywack’s Emporium, JF&S Clothiers, The Roadstead, and Preeminent Domain, which are all businesses.
- Civic Center
- Scientist Neighborhood
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Magnolia Promenade shares a climate with Willow Creek, which has four seasons ranging from hot, humid weather to cold snowstorms.
Climate: (No Seasons): Magnolia Promenade has mild temperatures all year.
Neighborhood Amenities: Magnolia Promenade has a few parks, places to dig up collectibles, and multiple fishing spots. This neighborhood is mostly for retail startups and to experiment with Get to Work’s new feature: owning a business.
Paddywack’s Emporium: A general retail store that sells collectibles and toys.
JF&S Clothiers: Retail store that sells clothing.
The Roadstead: The largest normal lot in Magnolia Promenade, it’s a store that sells electronics and other general items.
Preeminent Domain: An empty lot the player can build a retail business on.
The Sims 4: Get Together World
Windenburg was introduced in the Get Together expansion pack released on December 10, 2015. Get Together included new features, such as DJ booths, social clubs, and more. Windenburg looks similar to the southern and central regions of Germany, as it contains timber-framed houses and castle ruins.
Overview: Windenburg is a neighborhood that mixes cultural significance with vibrant nightlife. Players can visit The Bluffs, which are natural pools near Lake Windenburg, or witness the preserved Von Haunt Estate. Windenburg castle still stands and is considered a local artifact.
Neighborhoods: Windenburg has four neighborhoods and three special lots accessible from the world map. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Olde Platz
- Lykke Centre
- The Crumbling Isle
- Von Haunt Estate (Special Lot)
- Ancient Ruins (Special Lot)
- The Bluffs (Special Lot)
Lots: There are 14 residential lots and 13 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 8 inhabited lots, 4 uninhabited lots, and 2 empty lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit The Bluffs (Island Bluff), Von Haunt Estate (Chalet Gardens), The Shrieking Llama (Bar), Ancient Ruins, Quad Manor (Library), Old Quarter Inn (Bar), The Narwhal Arms (Nightclub), South Square Coffee (Café), Hare and Hedgehog (Café), Bathe de Rill (Pool), Discothèque Pan Europa (Nightclub), Harbor Quarter Gym (Gym) and Hare Square (Park).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Windenburg has mild Falls and Springs, with cloudy skies and rain. Summer temperatures are hot, but thunderstorms are rare. Winters are very cold, and blizzards are often.
Climate: (No Seasons): Windenburg stays sunny all year
The Sims 4: City Living World
San Myshuno was introduced in the City Living expansion pack released on November 1, 2016. City Living included new features, such as apartments, festivals, and careers.
San Myshuno takes inspiration from modern cities, like San Francisco, Tokyo, Vancouver, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Sydney, and New York, but features elements of Moroccan, Japanese, Chinese, and Indian culture.
Overview: San Myshuno is a busy city that takes its cues from modern city living. Festivals happen daily in this city that never sleeps, but San Myshuno isn’t without its wildlife. City slickers can also experience a beautiful park where they can toss the ball around of go for a morning jog.
Neighborhoods: San Myshuno has four neighborhoods and one special lot accessible from the world map. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Spice Market
- Arts Quarter
- Fashion District
- Myshuno Meadows (Special Lot)
Lots: There are 18 total residential lots, 6 of which are bought community lots. Players can either move into these lots or move families out, but they can’t bulldoze apartment buildings. However, players can bulldoze individual apartments.
At the base game, there are 8 inhabited apartments, 1 uninhabited apartment, 2 inhabited penthouses, and 1 inhabited residential lot.
Community Lots: Players can visit Waterside Warble (Karaoke Bar), Casbah Gallery (Art Center), Planet Honey Pop! (Karaoke Bar), Stargazer Lounge (Lounge), Skye Fitness (Gym), and Myshuno Meadows (Central Park).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): San Myshuno has four full seasons. Spring can be cool or warm, Summer can be hot or rainy, Fall can be cold or cloudy, and Winter typically calls for snowfall.
Climate: (No Seasons): San Myshuno has mild temperatures all year but stays sunny.
The Sims 4: Vampires World
Forgotten Hollow was introduced in the Vampires expansion pack released on January 24, 2017. Vampires included the Create Vampire option, which allowed players to make the immoral undead creature that has supernatural powers.
Forgotten Hollow uses Victorian and Transylvanian architecture to give its neighborhood a gothic feel. What makes this World unique is that it contains no retail lots and only one neighborhood with 5 lots.
Overview: Forgotten Hollow has a night that lasts longer than in other neighborhoods, which makes it the perfect spot for vampires. Its multiple relics are out for display, but be careful; you may get bitten if you wander around at night!
Neighborhoods: Forgotten Hollow is a single neighborhood.
Lots: This neighborhood has 5 lots: Straud Mansion and Wolfsbane Manor, both of which are inhabited, Garliclauter Place, and Widowshild Townshome, both of which are uninhabited, and the empty lot, Fledermaus Bend.
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Forgotten Hollow rarely has sunny weather regardless of season, but still has four seasons. Spring and Fall are on the cool side, Winters are freezing cold, and Summers are hot.
Climate: (No Seasons): Forgotten Hollow has mild temperatures all year.
Neighborhood Amenities: Forgotten Hollow contains new plants to find, like garlic, wolfsbane, garlic, and Sixam mosquito traps. By finding them, you can avoid improving the Vampiric Lore skill. Sims can view the many tombstones, parks, and a single oasis.
The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs World
Brindleton Bay was introduced in the Cats & Dogs expansion pack released on November 10, 2017. Cats & Dogs included the Create Pets option, which allowed players to make cats and dogs, which Sims could bond with, take to the vet. Sims could also become a vet themselves.
Brindleton Bay is a coastal town that looks similar to most New England seafront towns or Canadian coastal provinces like P.E.I, New Brunswick, or Nova Scotia.
Overview: Brindleton Bay is the best World for walking your pets, as it’s full of cat and dog owners. Residents can take a trip to Deadgrass Isle, where the lighthouse and creative atmosphere is perfect for couples. Sims will come for the food, sea breeze, and fishing, but stay for the cut kitty paws.
Neighborhoods: Brindleton Bay has four neighborhoods. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Sable Square
- Whiskerman’s Wharf
- Cavalier Cove
- Deadgrass Isle
Lots: There are 11 residential lots and 5 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 3 inhabited lots, 4 uninhabited lots, and 3 empty lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit Brindleton Pawspital (Vet Clinic), Club Calico (Lounge), Deadgrass Discoveries (Museum), Pupperstone Park (Park), and Salty Paws Saloon (Bar).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Brindleton Bay has four seasons with a lot of rain, especially in the Spring and Fall months. Winters are very cold and full of blizzards, while Summers is rife with humidity.
Climate: (No Seasons): Brindleton Bay is mostly sunny and hot.
The Sims 4: Jungle Adventure World
Selvadorada was introduced in the Jungle Adventure expansion pack released on February 27, 2018. Jungle Adventure included a whole new area, Selvadorada, where Sims could explore ruins and the jungle, and collect ancient artifacts.
Selvadorada has landmarks and architecture from the ancient Omiscan civilization, which resemble indigenous Mesoamerican civilizations, although the marketplace takes inspiration from Spanish colonialism.
Overview: Selvadorada is a vast jungle full of poisonous animals, insects, and adventure. A machete is a necessity, or you won’t get through the thick trees to find a hidden temple and ancient artifacts. Sims can rent accommodations but can’t own homes.
Neighborhoods: Selvadorada has two neighborhoods and a special lot only accessible through exploring. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Puerto Llamante Marketplace
- Belomisia Jungle
- Jungle District (Special Lot)
Lots: There are 4 accommodation lots and 3 community lots the player can choose from. Players cannot bulldoze the lots without a cheat code. At the base game, there are 4 uninhabited lots players can rent. All community lots are bought.
- Hillview Hideaway (1 bed, 1 bath, §226 per day)
- Jungle Bungalow (2 bed, 2 baths, §555 per day)
- Selvadorada Villa (3 bed, 3 bath, §622 per day)
- Lakeside Retreat (8 bed, 2 baths, §717 per day)
Community Lots: Players can visit Alam Museum of Archaeology (Museum), Belomisia Trailhead (National Park), and Cantina “El Árbol del Jaguar” (Bar).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Selvadorada is warm, hot, and has little rainfall all year, but it could rain during Spring, Winter, and Fall.
Climate: (No Seasons): Same as above.
The Sims 4: Get Famous World
Del Sol Valley
Del Sol Valley was introduced in the Get Famous expansion pack released on November 16, 2018. Get Famous allows players to pursue an acting career, throw VIP parties, and reach stardom (or fame) in other jobs previously included in the Sims 4.
Del Sol Valley is based on the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles.
Overview: Del Sol Valley explores the lifestyles of the rich and the famous. Sims can take a walk down the Boulevard and spot famous stars, or be spotted by other Sims if they’re famous themselves! On a clear day, Sims can see a picturesque view of The Pinnacles from above.
Neighborhoods: Del Sol Valley has three neighborhoods and a secret lot that can only be accessed within the Actor career. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Mirage Park
- The Pinnacles
- Starlight Boulevard
- Plumbob Pictures (Secret Lot)
Lots: There are 6 residential lots and 5 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 3 inhabited lots, 2 uninhabited lots, and 1 empty lot. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit Orchid A Go-Go (Lounge), Pectoral Fitness (Gym), Plumbob Pictures Museum (Museum), Studio PBP (Lounge), and Ward Park (National Park).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Del Sol Valley is hot and sunny all year, with minimal rain even in Winter.
Climate: (No Seasons): Same as above, except no rain.
The Sims 4: StrangerVille World
StrangerVille was introduced in the StrangerVille expansion pack released on February 26, 2017. StrangerVille is focused on a linear storyline, where players will explore the new world and unravel the mysterious events taking place in the small, rural town.
StrangerVille looks similar to a Southwestern rural desert town in the United States, particularly Nevada, Arizona, Texas, and Area 51.
Overview: StrangerVille stays true to its name by being exceptionally strange. While the gorgeous red, rocky hills seem inviting, the locals are a bit too friendly. As you crack the code of this bizarre town, you can find help at the StrangerVille Plaza Information Center, which may have a Secret Lab somewhere underground.
Neighborhoods: StrangerVille has two neighborhoods and one special lot. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- StrangerVille Plaza
- Shady Acres
- The ██████/Secret Lab (Special Lot)
Lots: There are 9 residential lots and 2 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 4 inhabited lots, 3 uninhabited lots, and 2 empty lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit 8 Bells (Bar) and StrangerVille Information Center (Library).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): StrangerVille is mostly sunny without rain. As the story progresses, the World will experience “Strange Weather,” which stays active throughout the storyline.
Climate: (No Seasons): StrangerVille is mostly sunny and hot. Even without Seasons, the World will experience “Strange Weather.”
The Sims 4: Island Living World
Sulani was introduced in the Island Living expansion pack released on June 21, 2019. Island Living encourages players to take part in island life, whether they’re a human or a mermaid. Sims will immerse themselves in a new lifestyle that relies on fish and good conversation.
Sulani seems to draw influence from the Hawaiian Islands.
Overview: Sulani is a beautiful, tropical island that makes your Sims get up close and personal with an active volcano! Admire from afar on the crisp ocean waters, where Sims can snorkel, swim, and talk to dolphins. Take a trip to Ohan’ali Town to see how the locals live!
Neighborhoods: Sulani has three neighborhoods that exist on their own islands. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Mua Pel’am
- Ohan’ali Town
- Lani St. Taz
Lots: There are 11 residential lots and 3 community lots the player can choose from. Players can either move into these lots, move families out, or bulldoze these lots. At the base game, there are 4 inhabited lots, 5 uninhabited lots, and 2 empty lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit The Sand Bar (Bar), Ohan’ali Beach (Beach), and Sand Simoleon Beach (Beach).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Sulani has extremely high temperatures and the area doesn’t get cold, even in Winter. Monsoons can occur in Sulani, which are strong thunderstorms that happen randomly from Summer to Fall.
Climate: (No Seasons): Sulani stays hot. No monsoons.
The Sims 4: Realm of Magic World
Glimmerbrook was introduced in the Realm of Magic expansion pack released on September 10, 2019. Realm of Magic introduced spellcasters, magic, and ethereal familiars into the Sims 4.
Glimmerbrook doesn’t seem to resemble a specific place but may draw inspiration from Harry Potter due to its secluded woodlands.
Overview: Glimmerbrook is the spot for a magical vacation. In Casters Alley, non-magic and magical folk alike can browse various potions, wands, and brooms they can use throughout the World. A magical portal leads to the secret lot: The Magic Realm.
Neighborhoods: Glimmerbrook is a single neighborhood.
Lots: This neighborhood has four residential lots: Rock Ridge Canyon, Creek Side Corner, Brooks Bridge Borough, and Glimmerbrook Watch. Elixirs and Brews is the only community lot in Glimmerbrook.
- The Magic Realm
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Glimmerbrook has four seasons ranging from hot sunny days to cold snowstorms.
Climate: (No Seasons): Glimmerbrook has mild temperatures all year.
Neighborhood Amenities: Glimmerbrook has two fishing spots and waters shallow enough to walk through. There are dig sites, frog logs, and multiple plants to harvest that are usable in potions.
Elixirs and Brews: A bar that offers adequate seating and unique magic-based drinks. Has a bathroom and a jukebox.
Hidden Lot Location: Above the waterfall. Spellcasters can warp to the hidden lot location or use Glimmerstones to travel directly to The Magic Realm.
The Sims 4: Discover University World
Britechester was introduced in the Discover University expansion pack released on December 17, 2019. Discover University allows your Sims to experience college by enrolling in classes, staying in a dorm, or take classes online on the computer.
Britechester looks similar to many UK university cities or towns.
Overview: Britechester offers two universities: the University of Britechester for the artistically inclined and the Foxbury Institute for Sims who want a career in STEM. Britechester has many bizarre happenings located on its campuses, from the Secret Society to lost ghosts.
Neighborhoods: Britechester has three neighborhoods. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- University of Britechester
- Foxbury Institute
- Gibbs Hill
Lots: There are 3 residential lots, 3 dormitory lots at Foxbury Institute, 3 dormitory lots at the University of Britechester, and 4 community lots. Players can edit the residential and community lots but can’t edit the dormitories without a code. At base game, there are 4 inhabited lots and 5 uninhabited lots. All community lots are bought.
Community Lots: Players can visit Darby’s Ben (UBrite Commons), Larry’s Lagoon (Foxbury Commons), Laurel Library (Library) and Pepper’s Pub (Bar).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Britechester is very rainy all year.
Climate: (No Seasons): Britechester will have mild temperatures.
The Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle World
Evergreen Harbor was introduced in the Eco Lifestyle expansion pack released on June 5, 2020. Eco Lifestyle centers around decisions that affect your eco-footprint, like developing action plans, committing to sustainable living, and implementing renewable energy.
Evergreen Harbor resembles a Northwestern United States port town.
Overview: Evergreen Harbor contains three neighborhoods, each of which has its own eco-footprint. Port Promise is entirely industrialized and filled with smog, Grims Quarry has the greenest footprint and multiple historic sites, and Conifer Station contains a train station and a neutral footprint.
Neighborhoods: Evergreen Harbor has three neighborhoods. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Port Promise – Green
- Grims Quarry – Neutral
- Conifer Station – Industrial
Lots: There are 9 residential lots, 2 of which are apartment lots and 4 community lots. Players can either move into lots and move families out but can’t bulldoze an entire apartment complex. At the base game, there are 4 inhabited lots and 7 uninhabited lots. All but one community lot is vacant.
Community Lots: Players can build within The Quarry Building, The Waterfront, Spruce Square, and The Caboose.
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Evergreen Harbor four seasons. Springs and Falls are mild, Summers are hot and humid, and Winters are full of snowstorms and cold snaps.
Climate: (No Seasons): Evergreen Harbor is sunny all year.
The Sims 4: Journey to Batuu World
Batuu was introduced in the Journey to Batuu expansion pack released on September 8, 2020. Journey to Batuu is a collaborative expansion between the Star Wars universe and the Sims. It features iconic Star Wars locations, characters, and customization options, like droids and lightsabers, and encourages players to choose between 3 factions.
Batuu is based on the fictional Star Wars planet also named Batuu.
Overview: Batuu contains three neighborhoods the correlate to a faction. The Black Spire Outpost is a designated market and hot spot that’s home to the Scoundrel faction, while the First Order District, the parking spot of the Millennium Falcon, is the stomping ground of the First Order Faction. Finally, the Resistant Encampment, which is covered in a dense forest, hides the Resistance.
Similar to StrangerVille, Batuu is a story-driven World that plops you in the Black Spire Outpost first. You’re free to join all factions at the same time, but you’ll become suspicious of other faction members if you rank up simultaneously.
Neighborhoods: Batuu has three neighborhoods. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Black Spire Outpost – Scoundrel Faction
- First Order District – First Order Faction
- Resistance Encampment – Resistance Faction
Lots: There are 3 residential dwellings and 8 community lots. All community lots are bought, and none of the worlds are editable. You can only customize the World with cheats.
Community Lots: Players can visit Docking Bay 7, the Millennium Falcon, Oga’s Cantina, Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, Savi’s Lightsaber Workshop, Rondo Roasters, Droid Depot, and the T-70 X-Wing
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Batuu has different weather depending on where you are. Black Spire Outpost is sunny and hot, the First Order District is also sunny, but cloudy and the Resistant Encampment is rainy but typically hot.
Climate: (No Seasons): Same as above without the rain.
The Sims 4: Snowy Escape World
Mt. Komorebi was introduced in the Snowy Escape expansion pack released on November 13, 2020. Snowy Escape centers around Winter activities, like skiing and snowboarding, and various Japanese-inspired touches, like hot springs, bamboo forests, and snowy terrains.
Mt. Komorebi is based on Japanese islands, Hokkaido and Honshu.
Overview: Mt. Komorebi is a snowy paradise that allows players to explore the mountain town of Yujimatsu or relax in the onsens or healing hot springs. Sims can reach the top of Mt. Komorebi to see that glorious World from up above.
Neighborhoods: Mt. Komorebi has three neighborhoods and three hidden lots. We’ll explain these neighborhoods in-depth in the next section.
- Mt. Komorebi Base Camp (Hidden Lot)
- The Croft Icefall (Hidden Lot)
- Mt. Komorebi Peak
Lots: There are 7 residential lots, 3 rental lots, and 4 community lots. All community lots are bought, and only the residential lots can be edited or bulldozed.
Community Lots: Players can visit Hanamigawa Koen (Park), Hazakura Lounge (Lounge), Izapaya Ipai (Bar), and Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse (Bathhouse).
Climate (Sims 4 Seasons): Mt. Komorebi is always snowy on the mountain and has mild to cold weather all year round everywhere else.
Climate: (No Seasons): Same as above. Mt. Komorebi weather can be used whether you have Seasons or not.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Which Sims 4 World is the best?
Answer: Determining what the best world is can be difficult because it’s primarily based on individual preferences. However, San Myshuno is the best Sims 4 world, in my opinion. It’s the first city where you can purchase or rent your first apartment, and the cityscape vibe looks incredible on the backdrop of a full moon. I definitely recommend moving your Sims here.
Question: Which Sims 4 games have worlds?
Answer: There are 18 worlds in The Sims 4. The expansion packs and patches that have worlds are Outdoor Retreat, Get to Work, Get Together, City Living, Vampires, Cats & Dogs, Jungle Adventure, Get Famous, Stranger Ville, Island Living, Realm of Magic, Discover University, Eco Lifestyle, Journey to Batuu and, finally, Snowy Escape.
Question: How many hidden worlds are there in Sims 4?
Answer: As of writing this, there are five hidden worlds in Sims 4: Sylvan Glade, Forgotten Grotto, The Deep Woods (or Hermit’s Hut), Planet SIxan, and Cave of Sulani. All hidden locations have their own criteria for unlocking, and some have more than one. For example, to access the Forbidden Grotto, you can break open a door or sneak in from the mines.
Question: How do you manage worlds in Sims 4?
Answer: Managed Worlds is a game mode that lets players edit and customize families within the world. Although you can’t customize the world apart from the lots, you can customize the townie population by pausing or in live mode. To get to Managed World, press the F5 key on the keyboard. You’ll know you’ve done it right when you see the gallery and notification buttons.
Maxis has added a significant amount of worlds to the base game since its initial release in 2014. With over 18 worlds to choose from, it can get a little overwhelming, especially when you just want to build a house and live your life. However, if you’re a completionist, having all the information available for you should feel refreshing. Plus, you save time this way.
A word of advice: You don’t need the expansion packs to enjoy the Sims 4, but you receive so many features that it’s difficult not to pass up all those worlds. With the expansion packs and the updates, you could live out your completionist dreams and finish your notebook.
Have fun visiting all of these incredible worlds in your Sims 4 world!