The Sims 4 is ditching 32-bit support for good in December

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The Sims 4: Legacy Edition (opens in new tab), a 32-bit version of Electronic Arts’ long-running life game that launched in 2019, is going away for good in December, meaning that  players on older operating systems are going to have to either upgrade, or find something else to play.

The Legacy Edition of The Sims 4 was released three years ago as a sort of holdover for people on older systems: EA was ending Sims 4 support for 32-bit operating systems, but offered the Legacy Edition as a…

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