EA released the Courtyard Oasis Kit for The Sims 4 this week on May 18th. I’ve had some time to explore the new items and am here to tell you all about it! This is the fourth Kit to be added to the collection, and it only costs $4.99. Spoiler alert: this is a STEAL, as this Kit is simply wonderful. You’ll get 22 items, which may not seem like a lot, but I assure you that you can create some really relaxing and wonderful builds with them!
Courtyard Oasis kit is inspired by the riads of Morocco, and includes several variations of vibrant colorful floor tiles, pillars, friezes, doors, intricate carved wooden railings, archways, windows, and more. It also comes with a couch, two tables, chairs, a lovely classic Morrocan tea setting, some beautiful glass and metal lanterns, a decorative vase, a fancy rug, and two plants. The icing on the cake for this Kit was the fountain, complete with rose petals. The sound is so relaxing, and I already plan to add this to several of my households on other maps.
I am a Sims addict, and have been playing since The Sims 1, but I admit I really suck at builds. I want to be good at it, and I am sure if I invested more time in it, I’d get better but I usually just resort to downloading other people’s cool builds from the Gallery. But this time, I decided to give it a shot for testing purposes. I managed to design a really basic two-story open air addition to my beach house on the Island Living map.
My Sim family really seems to enjoy the new addition to the house, and have been spending most of their time there. My mermaid Sim loves to toss coins into the fountain and giggle!
The Sims 4 Courtyard Oasis Kit is currently $4.99 on the Origin store.
The Sims 4 Courtyard Oasis
The team did an outstanding job with the Courtyard Oasis Kit, and for such a low price I think it’s a no-brainer. Any Sims 4 building enthusiast needs this in their arsenal! The nods at Moroccan architecture are well done, and I’d love to see more cultural Kits like this in the future! The good news is, I really enjoyed trying to build this outdoor oasis, and want to take a deeper dive on my own builds.