Steelseries and EA team up for Sims 4 exclusive peripherals

Steelseries-logoThe Sims has always been my go-to introduction for casual/mobile gamers looking for ascension to the master race. While EA releases Sims expansions more frequently than any other game on the market, never has this title been franchised for hardware outside of one mouse by Madcatz for The Sims 3.

Steelseries has just announced that available for pre-order this fall, is the Sims 4 full line of peripherals including:

The Sims 4 Gaming mouse. (Looks like a modified version of the Kana) (MSRP $39.99/€39.99)

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The Sims 4 Gaming mouse lets you play and control The Sims like never before. If your Sims are inspired, angry, or elated, the Plumbob will change color to show just that! This instant feedback gives you a real-time connection directly into the lives of your Sims.

The Sims 4 Gaming Headset: (Seems to be a modified Flux) (MSRP $39.99/€39.99)

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The all-white headset features an illuminated Plumbob on each ear cup that changes to reflect the current emotional state of your Sim. Its slim profile on-ear design connects to your PC via USB. Its audio quality allows users to clearly hear their Sims as well as the environment around them from other Sims in the background to music and ambient noise.

The Sims 4 QCK Mousepad: (MSRP: $14.99)001-SteelSeries-press_thesims4

To complete the ultimate set-up, the new game-inspired The Sims 4 QcK mousepad has a unique micro-fiber surface that ensures a smooth, consistent glide.

 The Sims 4 peripherals will be available at game launch this fall. For more information about each of these new products as well as alerts for pre-order availability, please visit

While I may not be the biggest Sims enthusiast myself, I have to say these are the best looking peripherals for this franchise to date. At least, much better than Madcatz earlier attempt with this horrendous monstrosity.


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