Wednesday, 15 February 2012

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Storage Limits Have Been Raised Again!

It seems that the developers at Playfish were not lying when then stated that the Storage Limits would be raised very soon as if you log into The Sims Social today you will notice that you now have a little bit more space to store more things.

The Sims Social started out life with a modest 500 item storage capacity that was then raised to 550 just before Christmas. Today we have all been granted an additional 50 items storage capacity which now means everyone can hold a maximum of 600 items.

This is a welcome update and it proves that The Sims Social developers have really started taking into consideration the feedback from loyal players of the online Facebook game. The only problem and question that arises now is, is a 600 item storage capacity enough to kit out our current The Sims Social home and a Second Vacation Home or will we able to store 600 items in each homes storage? I guess we'll just have to find out as the release of a second The Sims Social pad gets ever closer.

Are you happy to see the Storage Limit raised to 600 items? How do you think the storage system will work with both houses? Share your thoughts and opinions via our Facebook Page, Twitter or by leaving a Comment in the section provided below.

18 comments:

  1. i was just talking about storage with one of my friends today :)) perfect timing!

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  2. happy, but still not enough. with new things bein introduced each week, it's hard to keep the things u want, and also add, and keep the things u get from buying land. also, why don't they fix what's wrong w/the game while they r at it??

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  3. AWESOME THANK YOU THANK U SOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Not enough space.

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  5. I'm happy but I had to sell a bunch of my discontinued items to buy Valentines Day stuff...too little too late.

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  6. it should be higher... just saying :/

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  7. Please put the storage limt bigger. the 600 is not enough because are a different weeks and the person who plays likes to buy many things and in the end we have to sell and loose money.. thanks for 600 itens but is not enough

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  8. what about the free land that we have?? i saw that today and i was shocked!!! has that happened to anyone too?

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  9. I'm hoping with a second home we will be able to have a place to *use* some of our storage. My storage contains furniture i might someday want to switch to...but if i have 2 houses maybe i can just...have my second living room set there. I am hoping it means I use less storage.

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  10. I don't think they will be able to double up the storage limits for both homes just like that. I feel the capabilities of the game will still see us with a limit of six hundred. And frankly, space limits on ones abode exist in the real world, and most of us won't have external storage like the Sims does, so it is a lesson in thrift and how not to hoard.

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  11. Why why do they do that, why they don't raise it idk to 800 or something like that, or stop releasing weekly themes and just release kick ass furniture. I will have storage of only the Paris week, and then? back to not playing... thanks playfish.

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  12. Didnt no we had a storage limit . Guess I havent had that much to store. :)

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  13. Greenleigh takanawa15 February 2012 at 21:18

    it would be good too have 600 for both homes!

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  14. come on, devs! give us 6000!! 600 is just so measely!

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  15. It's a start, but we needed more.

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  16. I like having somewhat limited storage because it makes me look through what I am keeping. Truth is, I like to change up all the time so I won't really use all the stuff in my storage anyways. I prefer to switch out the old with the new and just keep some key pieces that will fit in with multiple decors.

    Thanks for the extra!

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  17. Songs of Dragons, you are missing the point of the game. The Sims is not supposed to mirror our actual capabilities, as most of us do not have mansions. For many of us, we like to be able to freely create and decorate our Sims homes, without having to sell everything back for a pittance (or have to get rid of our holiday decorations). As an example of what I mean, most of us don't buy new furniture etc nearly as often as we do in the game - because we can't afford it, of course! Sorry, but that's just a bad argument. This is a game, not real life, and no one wants to sell off things they spend hours saving for (or spent REAL money on!) in the game because there's no room. Other games have much higher storage limits, and TSS should follow suit.

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