The Sims™ 4 Realm of Magic
Explore a supernatural world and master the art of wizardry in The Sims™ 4 Realm of Magic.
The Sims™ 4 Realm of Magic
Explore a supernatural world and master the art of wizardry in The Sims™ 4 Realm of Magic.* This countryside town may look and feel like other neighborhoods, but once the secret portal is unlocked, the true magic begins. Potions, wands, and even a floating world will charm your Sim, but beware of spells gone wrong! Learn the craft of wizardry, summon a familiar for protection, and immerse yourself in this spellbinding realm.
Discover the neighborhood
An unreal world awaits your Sim, and when you stumble upon the secret portal there are mystical discoveries at every turn. Interact with familiars, cast spells on Sims around you, and concoct potions for friends and enemies.
Learn the craft
Study up on classic teachings, learn from sorcerous mentors, and become a Spellcaster by completing a quest. Collect and cast spells to make Sims fight, conjure food, or even turn others into objects. Create drinkable potions to make Sims fall in love, remove unwanted curses, or live forever!
Get real familiar
An ethereal familiar — or protector — will help your Sim become the Spellcaster they were destined to be. Summon a dragon, a fairy, or the familiar that best suits your Sim’s personality as a personal guard and give it a creative name.
Dress for supernatural success
Get in the spirit of sorcery with outfits that suit your Sim. Over-the-top attire is cauldron-ready, while a subdued ensemble is perfect for casting new spells. Collect wands and brooms to finish the look, then decorate rooms with enchanting objects.
Requires The Sims 4 & all game updates. See minimum system requirements for the pack.
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by Kallie Plagge
7.5 / 10
Sims are always entertaining, but they're not living life to its fullest in The Sims 4.
by Jaz Rignall
The new generation of Sims begins with what feels like a bare-bones starter kit. It packs top-of-the-line Sims creation and house building tools, but styling options and activities are distinctly lacking. Add the contents of its first expansion, and Sims 4 will probably feel like the game it should be right now.
by Chris Thursten
79 / 100
Once more with feeling: this is a fine if familiar base game with great creative tools.
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OS64 Bit Required. Windows 10
OS64 Bit Windows 10
Processor3.3 GHz Intel Core i3-3220 (2 cores, 4 threads), AMD Ryzen 3 1200 3.1 GHz (4 cores) or better
ProcessorIntel core i5 (4 cores), AMD Ryzen 5 or better
Graphics128 MB of Video RAM : NVIDIA GeForce 6600 / ATI Radeon X1300 / Intel GMA X4500 or better
Graphics1 GB of Video RAM, NVIDIA GTX 650, AMD Radeon HD 7750, or better
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