College got you stressed? Well now it can stress out your sims too

A university expansion pack is quite possibly the most anticipated pack in the Sims community since the launch of the Sims 4. With every release of a new pack, update, or even just a simple Instagram post, there are always people commenting and asking when university will come.

For the past five years since the initial launch of the Sims 4, fans have been eager to get their hands on a university pack. Now, the wait is over! The Sims 4: Discover University is finally coming!

On Oct. 21, the Sims dropped a short teaser video on their Instagram hinting at the new pack. The following day, the trailer was finally released.

The Sims 4: Discover University is set to be released on Nov. 15 for PC and Mac, and will be released on Dec. 17 for console players. It is currently available for preorder.

As this pack has been anticipated for so long, the Sims community has some pretty high expectations for it.

While it is still a bit too early to tell, Discover University looks very promising. For the first time, players will have an option between two different universities for their Sims to attend. In both the Sims 2 and Sims 3 university packs, there was only one school for Sims to attend.

Now, Sims will have the chance to attend either the historical campus of the University of Britchester or the modern campus of Foxbury Institute.

Discover University will also be adding in dorms, mini fridges and bikes to the game, allowing Sims to truly immerse themselves into their new college lives and having to share a way-too-small fridge.

The community has extremely high hopes and expectations for this pack, but will it live up to this? Only time will tell. For now, it’s time to celebrate because the long awaited university pack is finally coming to the Sims 4!

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