EA reveal Hidden Springs for The Sims 3, downloadable world
Posted: 04.08.2011 13:55 by Simon Priest Comments: 1
The Sims 3 Store is getting the Hidden Springs downloadable World this fall when it releases. Fans need to spend SimPoints in order to purchase the DLC.

EA tease a "deeper mystery lies within" the Hidden Springs for Sims to discover. Now they say 'World' but what they actually mean is 'town' - big difference.

EA launched a downloadable town at the game's launch which was entirely free and only accessible to those who registered their copy with an EA account. Since then The Sims 3 Store has been chock full of new content for fans to spend SimPoints on.

"With a whole new World to inhabit, your Sims will spend time exploring a stunning lakefront, relaxing at a luxury spa or ski lodge, escaping into the woods, and uncovering ancient mysteries at the Museum of Magic and Supernatural all without leaving Hidden Springs," blurbs the official description from EA.

"If you’re interested in meeting new Sims, take them to the Redwood Heights Luxury Lodge and mingle with the social elites. If your Sims need to relax then experience true balance and well-being as you watch them bask in the ambiance of the Crystal Solarium Rejuvenating Waters. Once they’re done revitalizing in the healing waters, take your imagination to another dimension of fun by brining your Sim to Fairyfolk Park."

"Or, take your Sim over to the Silver Zephyr Health Spa to help them acquire world renowned techniques in the fields of health and beauty. In addition to these exciting new locations and activities, a deeper mystery lies within the curious magical properties of Hidden Springs."

"Discover what mystery is beneath the rejuvenating waters and maybe your Sims wishes just might come true!" The Sims 3 was finally able to visit a city with the latest expansion pack which included Vampires for the Sims/Twilight addicts out there.

Have you bought items from The Sims 3 Store before, videogamer?

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By flortan (SI Newbie) on Aug 04, 2011
Omg how did I not know of this? Oh I don't register my games.