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Act the Part in The Sims 4 Get Famous

Let’s deep dive into an award-winning career.

Ah, Del Sol Valley. Where (most) dreams come true. There are many ways to become famous in The SimsTM 4 Get Famous Expansion Pack*, but if your Sim has some big ol’ acting dreams, it's time to get the camera rolling!

From Nobody to Kind of Somebody

You can’t possibly break into show business without an agency! Joining one will be your Sim's first big step in their Acting career. When your Sim calls them on the phone, agencies get them auditions – the gateway to their success, fame, and fortune.

When they book an audition, your Sim will need to work on the skills it requires. For the pirate-themed audition, your Sim's physical prowess will be expected on set, so they'd better start exercising. For the romantic drama audition, Charisma is a must. Will they get the part? If so, you’re on your way, kid. Now, you’ll have the choice to either send your Sim to work on their own or join them on set.

Let Me Work It

On set, your Sim will get into hair, makeup, and wardrobe (the wardrobe alone is worth joining your Sim), then perform scenes based on the skills they developed. If your Sim does well at their gig, success! Over time, they’ll earn Fame Points, which can be spent on Fame Perks. Woot! Also, when your Sim becomes a Notable Newcomer, one of the first levels of Fame, they’ll acquire a quirk in their personality. The more famous your Sim gets, the more quirks they’ll get. Will they be a paparazzi darling, a serious actor, or even encounter “stans” more than other Sims?

You can keep an eye on your Sim’s progress in their Fame Info panel, which helps you manage perks and quirks. Getting perks with Fame Points directs your Sim’s career in a certain direction. Will your Sim choose to give back to the little people or just cause mischief? It’s all in your hands.

Practice Makes Famous

When your Sim isn’t making magic happen on set, there are lots of ways to work on their career. Memorizing a script, working on a scene with someone, or even giving a performance for tips all boost their acting level. The higher your Sim’s acting level, the more exciting their film projects will get. They can hone their craft with a tear-jerking hospital scene, police station thriller, or even post-apocalyptic drama. Um. . . fun!

And to increase Fame, Sims can create social media profiles, add to their Simstagram story, and perform lots of other actions.

Rub elbows with world-famous celebrities, get photographed by the paparazzi, and gain loads of adoring fans. Oh, and act in movies and stuff. It’s all about the art, right? To get even more detail about Get Famous and the Acting career, be sure to tune into the Twitch livestream, happening October 26, 2018.

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*Requires The Sims 4 game (sold separately) and all game updates to play. See minimum system requirements for this pack.

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