The Sims 3: Into the Future introduced a fifth sub-neighborhood named Oasis Landing.Aside from Riverview, more downloadable neighborhoods are available for sale from The Sims 3 Store.The title was to be released on February 20, 2009 according to the official The Sims 3 website, but was delayed worldwide to June 2, 2009.
Customize everything from their appearances, to their personalities and even the home of their dreams.
Then, send your Sims out to explore new locations around town and to meet other Sims in the neighborhood.
Sunlit Tides is a group of islands which has two versions: standard version costing 2,450 Sim Points and gold costing 4,350.
Lunar Lakes is a neighborhood located on a foreign planet and costs 2,200 Sim Points.
Lucky Palms, a desert-themed neighborhood, has two versions: standard and gold; the standard version costs 2,450 Sim Points, while the gold version costs 4,350.
In December 2012, Monte Vista was available to download from The Sims 3 Store, and only came in a standard version.Dragon Valley, a medieval themed world, was released costing for the standard version, and for the gold version.In September 2013, a Gothic themed world, called Midnight Hollow costs 2,450 Sim Points for the standard and 4,350 for the gold.Barnacle Bay, a pirate-themed neighborhood, costs 2,000 Sim Points.Hidden Springs is a mountainous downloadable neighborhood on The Sims 3 website and costs 2,250 Sim Points.The Sims 3: Late Night comes with the neighborhood Bridgeport.