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The Sims 3 Seasons is now available through retailers and Origin

 

Celebrate the change of seasons this holiday in one of the most      highly-anticipated expansion packs released from the      critically-acclaimed The Sims Studio. The Maxis Label of       Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) today announced that The Sims™ 3      Seasons Expansion Pack* is now available across retailers nationwide      and Origin.com on PC/Mac and for digital download on PC at Origin.com.      In the latest release from the widely popular The Sims 3 series,      players can experience the thrill of the changing seasons with      transformative weather, fun new activities such as snowboarding, soccer      shoot-outs, and roller-skating, entertaining festivals and even some      out-of-this-world surprises.

The Sims 3 Seasons will offer fans more than just sunny      days to tell their stories by dramatically transforming each world from      one season to the next,” said Ryan Vaughan, Producer for The Sims.      “In a first for The Sims, new festival lots and holiday      celebrations have added ways for players to truly revel in the spirit of      each season.” In addition to dramatic weather effects and seasonal      celebrations, The Sims 3 Seasons introduces all-new activities      that will add a fun and festive spirit to every season. Sims can enjoy      the unique beauty of the changing seasons as they create snowmen and      snow angels, or sip hot chocolate beneath the mistletoe against the      backdrop of a winter wonderland, go egg-hunting, enter a pie-eating      contest, or toss some horseshoes, just to name a few.

Making a return to The Sims franchise in The Sims 3 Seasons are      the fan favorite aliens. These extraterrestrial Sims bring with them      UFOs, telepathic abilities, unpredictable abductions and even male      pregnancy…oh boy…or girl. Players can add aliens to their households      to observe the full range of these otherworldly creatures’ bizarre      powers, and aliens who visit earth can also sign up to become test      subjects at the new Science Facility.

Players will uncover even more surprising interactions when they install      both The Sims 3 Seasons and The Sims™ 3 Supernatural Expansion      Pack which launched in September. With these two expansion      packs, players will unlock the Weather Stone, a mystical item that      reveals new integrated gameplay possibilities using elements from both      games. Witches, vampires, werewolves and fairies from The Sims 3      Supernatural will be able to awaken the Weather Stone and summon      their own magical weather at any time of year and in any world.**

The Sims 3 Seasons is rated “T” for Teen and now available online      and across retailers in North America. For more information, please      visit the official website at www.thesims.com/seasons,      “Like” us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

 

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