Live with a switch – or live in a switch? That is the question here without question, and that question was answered by a Die-Sims-4 player (of course one of them!). And I’m not going to repeat the word “question” again in this article.

The Sims 4: player lives in a switch console.
The Sims 4: player lives in a switch console.

As in any other part of the Die Sims series, it is important in The Sims 4 to find out where your Sim wants to live. With the countless DLCs, more and more worlds and maps came into play; you can therefore spend the night in a vampire city, pitch your tents in the expensive Star district or live in the big city.

Or (you know what’s coming) you put your sim in a switch console. Why not? I assume that each of us has dreamed of not just having a switch, but living in it! Certainly. Have you already thought of it? For a player on Reddit, there is no better home than the inside of a Switch Lite, which is why he built his Sims a suitable accommodation. Small, practical and good:

The best thing would of course be if the Sim could climb on the roof and play with the Switch.
The best thing would of course be if the Sim could climb on the roof and play with the Switch.

Oddly, this creative construction reminds me a little to those older Die-Sims parts, in which the houses were mostly tiny and angular at first and otherwise not very decorated. All that’s missing is the brown-green lawn and the generic street next to it.

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How do these Sims live in the switch console? Do they play video games all day? Do you even know what special house you are staying in? We will probably never know because I can only see a small, sad potted plant through the windows. Do you see them Aw.