All Sims 4 Game Packs Ranked From Worst To Best

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Which Sims 4 Game Pack is the Best?

By now, The Sims 4 has accumulated more DLCs than we can keep track of. The number of expansion packs, game packs, stuff packs, and kits is really crazy. Simmers generally like the releases of game packs, simply because they give a good amount of content for their price ($20). However, you shouldn’t buy all game packs just because. In this post, you can check all Sims 4 game packs ranked from worst to best, so you can see which ones are worth your money.

When it comes to choosing the single best game pack, though, we have to consider many options. Some game packs have more content than others. And some game packs have much more interesting stories/themes than others.

But the best Sims 4 game pack voted by the community is StrangerVille. This is the DLC that almost everybody likes. It’s a perfect mix of content and story, with a nice theme that captures everyone’s interest. Of course, some players don’t like StrangerVille, but most of us do.

That said, let’s check the list of all Sims 4 game packs ranked from worst to best!

All Sims 4 Game Packs Ranked from Worst to Best

10. Dine Out

I’m not sure why so many people disliked the Dine Out game pack. Perhaps the content wasn’t enough for the $20. In any case, Dine Out adds a couple of new things to the game that might interest you.

First of all, the main goal of Dine Out is for you to own and manage a restaurant and not to dine out with your friends. I admit it’s pretty fun opening a restaurant and making a profit while running it. You’ll get to hire your own staff of chefs and waiters, as well as create a unique-looking restaurant.

But there isn’t much else here if you aren’t interested in owning a restaurant. Yes, your Sims can go out on a dinner date, but that’s pretty much it.

9. Dream Home Decorator

Dream Home Decorator is one of the latest game packs for Sims 4, but there’s a reason why it’s ranked so low. You have to know before you buy it that the only thing this game pack is worth for is the career in dream home decorating.

What’s this career about?

Well, your Sim can now become a home decorator and can decorate homes for other Sims. They can get clients and each project is different and unique. Your job will be to achieve what the client wants and make their dreams come true. You’ll have a limited budget for each job, and you’ll have to make it work. 

So if you enjoy renovating interiors in Sims 4,  then definitely go for this game pack!

8. Spa Day

Just like Dine Out, Spa Day is a small game pack that doesn’t offer too many things out of its main theme – spa and relaxation. 

The best feature about Spa Day is that your Sims can now do yoga, visit the spa, relax, and pamper themselves. Additionally, there’s a new skill added, called Wellness. Wellness is about keeping yourself healthy and happy, and it’s available to Sims of all ages.

Other than that, you’ll get a few comfy clothes to use. These include sweatsuits and bathrobes, which go well together with the main theme of the game pack. 

7. Outdoor Retreat

Outdoor Retreat isn’t a bad game pack at all. And most players like its general idea – your Sims can now go on a vacation and take a break from their everyday lives. And while this works alright in-game, the game pack lacks a bit of depth and complexity.

There’s a new world here called Granite Falls. They can stay in a resort for a maximum of 7 days (can be extended later) and explore the surrounding area. They can also set up a camp, which is another new feature here. Other than that, your Sims can now host a party and learn more about plants through herbalism skill.

Outdoor Retreat can be a fun experience for many players in Sims 4. So, check it out!

6. Journey to Batuu

The Journey to Batuu game pack is the official crossover between Sims 4 and Star Wars. It came out in 2020 and it allowed us to explore the galaxy.

Journey to Batuu has a great setup. Just like in Star Wars, there are scoundrels here, the Resistance, and the First Order. Your Sim can join these forces and help them win. Depending on who you ally with, you’ll earn different rewards in the end. There are also new items and decorations, all in the Star Wars aesthetic.

But the best part is that your Sims can meet popular characters from the newer Star Wars movies, such as Rey and Kylo Ren. Yep, they’re in there!

5. Jungle Adventure

But if space isn’t your thing and you like the traditional legends more – the Jungle Adventure game pack might be for you! I love everything about Jungle Adventure. It’s one of my favorite game packs in Sims 4 and the only reason why it’s ranked in 5th place is that the others are great too.

Jungle Adventure adds a new world to the game – Selvadorada. This is a tropical destination that hides many secrets. Your Sims can make friends with the locals, go hiking, and explore the jungles. There’s also a hidden temple that you can venture into and uncover its secrets.

You can also collect ancient artifacts and learn the mysteries around them. And if you’re a fan of Indiana Jones and want a similar adventure, then definitely go for Jungle Adventure!

4. Vampires

In the 4th place, we have Vampires. This is also one of my favorite game packs for the game. I mean, vampires are freaking cool. What’s not to like here?

In terms of depth and amount of content Vampires has, the game pack does alright. Aside from the new type of Sim you can play, there’s also the new world of Forgotten Hollow. This is a gothic and gloomy place that looks particularly scary at night. Here you can build your castle and socialize with fellow vampires!

Vampire Sims are immortal and they have superpowers. You’ll get to level up those powers and learn more about Vampires in general. The decorative items in this game pack are really awesome, all dark and gothic! So, if you like the theme, make sure to check it out!

3. Realm of Magic

When Realm of Magic was first revealed, the fans went crazy! Although it’s not an “official” crossover between Harry Potter and Sims 4, we all received it like that. The Realm of Magic is perhaps the biggest game pack for TS4 ever, with the most amount of content available. 

First of all, your Sim can now become a spellcaster! This means that you’ll be able to learn spells (with funny names) and become a powerful wizard. You’ll also get to hang out with new magical pets, called Familiars. 

Besides the new world of Glimmerbrook, you’ll also get to visit The Magic Realm. This is where the magic academy is, which will be your home while studying magic.

All in all, Realm of Magic is a great game pack and I totally recommend it!

2. Parenthood

Now, Parenthood may not be the biggest game pack nor the most exciting ones for players. But the reason Parenthood is ranked so high among all these great Sims 4 game packs is that it’s almost necessary.

Without Parenthood, you lack so much when it comes to having kids in Sims 4. There’s a new skill here, called parenting. Your main goal is to teach your children and help them become better individuals. You’ll have to establish discipline and good habits.

Actually, there are tons of new interactions in this game pack. You can help your kids with homework or organize family events that will bring you all together. 

I’d recommend Parenthood to any person interested in the game!

1. StrangerVille

Like I mentioned above, StrangerVille is the fan-favorite game pack for Sims 4. It does so many things right, everything from the amount of content to the way the gameplay is structured.

In StrangerVille, you’ll get to explore a whole new world. This is a desert-like region, mostly inspired by Area 52. In StrangerVille, everything is creepy and strange, from the way the plants look to the way the local Sims act.

Your job here is to uncover the mysteries behind the strangeness of this land. There will be a number of mysterious events and you’ll get to witness them all. StrangerVille is perhaps the only game pack with a structured story that moves in a straight line.

Other than that, you’ll get your regular mix of clothes and hairstyles, so it’s a pretty good deal overall!

Those all the Sims 4 game packs ranked from worst to best!

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2 thoughts on “All Sims 4 Game Packs Ranked From Worst To Best”

  1. The title is “ALL SIMS 4 GAME PACKS RANKED FROM WORST TO BEST” by Stefan dated November 7, 2023. There are 12 game packs in Sims 4 released as of this date. Why there are only 10 of them?

    • Hi Ram, this post was originally published in November 2021. Sometimes the publishing date will change if a post is opened for editing and is likely due to the post being updated for something like a spelling error or link update. Unfortunately it can’t be fixed on our end as the post still shows its original publishing date to us so there’s nothing to change.


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