The Sims 4 Player Recreates 3 Stardew Valley Bachelorettes in the Game

A fan of both The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley recreates three of the bachelorettes from the farming title within The Sims.

The Sims 4 Player Recreates 3 Stardew Valley Bachelorettes in the Game

Highlights

  • Stardew Valley fans continue to show love for the game by recreating characters in The Sims 4, displaying impressive attention to detail.
  • The similarities between The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley in fanbases and playstyles have led to crossover creations like these bachelorette characters.
  • While The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley differ in development origins, both games have maintained loyal fanbases and continue to inspire creativity and dedication.

A fan of Stardew Valley and The Sims has recreated three of the farming title's bachelorettes within The Sims 4. The recreations are impressive and are just one way that fans of Stardew Valley show appreciation for the game outside of the scope of it.

The Sims and Stardew Valley have quite a bit of crossover within their fanbases. While The Sims 4 has a wider focus and a more robust character creator, the laid-back playstyle of both games often draws similar audiences. This isn't the first time that The Sims has seen Stardew Valley characters brought to life, either. Even when Stardew Valley players turn on a different game, it seems that thoughts of Pelican Town often follow them.

Now, Stardew Valley and Sims 4 player kawaiipiexo has shared their recreation of three of the bachelorettes of Pelican Town: Leah, Emily, and Maru. Each Sims version of the three women are surprisingly accurate, albeit with slightly different clothing, as kawaiipiexo is working with what's available to them in The Sims 4. The likenesses are highly recognizable for fans of Stardew Valley, with fans of the games expressing how impressed they were with each of the bachelorettes.

While The Sims 4 can look quite good, one player noticed that the visuals looked different than what they expected. Kawaiipiexo explained that they were using Reshade for The Sims 4, which lets players improve visuals and make aesthetic changes to the graphics and overlay. Kawaiipiexo shared the Reshade preset they use, so anyone who wants their copy of The Sims 4 to look like this can start there.

The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley Share a Commonality

While The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley may have some similarities in gameplay, the two titles couldn't be more different in terms of development. The Sims 4 entered the market as the latest entry in a wildly popular franchise and was published by one of the biggest game companies around. Stardew Valley, on the other hand, is an indie title and the first game published by ConcernedApe. However, after all this time, the two games have become more similar in that they're both approaching a decade in age, yet fans are still obsessed with both games.

The Sims 4 and Stardew Valley have plenty of mods, art, and just plain dedicated fans who are still deeply engrossed with the titles all these years later. While players of both games are looking forward to The Sims 5 and Haunted Chocolatier, these titles have proven themselves as unforgettable hits.

Platform(s) PC , Xbox One , Android , iOS , PS4 , Switch Released February 26, 2016 Developer(s) ConcernedApe Publisher(s) ConcernedApe Genre(s) RPG , Simulation Multiplayer Local Multiplayer , Online Multiplayer See at Amazon

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