Copperdale is a world included in The Sims 4: High School Years expansion pack.
The Sims 4 worlds
22 worlds been shipped with The Sims 4 base game and expansion packs: Oasis Springs, Willow Creek, Newcrest, Granite Falls, Magnolia Promenade, Windenburg, San Myshuno, Forgotten Hollow, Brindleton Bay, Selvadorada, Del Sol Valley, StrangerVille, Sulani, Glimmerbrook, Britechester, Evergreen Harbor, Batuu, Mt. Komorebi, Henford-on-Bagley, Tartosa, Moonwood Mill, Copperdale.
Moonwood Mill is a world added in The Sims 4: Werewolves. It is comprised of five lots: two residential, one library, one bar, and an empty lot.
Tartosa is a world featured in The Sims 4: My Wedding Stories. It is a coastal, Italian-inspired beach world. The town used to, or still has it’s own royalty.
Henford-on-Bagley is a world featured in The Sims 4: Cottage Living. It is a rural, England-inspired world populated by cows, chickens, llamas, and rabbits. The town is full of water holes and ponds for Sims to swim in, and each week a farm festival is attended by the town residents. Every lot by default has the Wild Foxes lot challenge enabled, making foxes naturally appear.
Mt. Komorebi is a world introduced in The Sims 4: Snowy Escape. It is based on two Japanese islands, Honshū and Hokkaido. It features both residential lots, as well as rental lots for vacationing.
Batuu is a destination world that was introduced in The Sims 4: Journey to Batuu. It is a desert planet in a distant galaxy with three suns and two moons. With Seasons installed, Batuu will feature a warm and partly cloudy climate all year round, with no rain or snow.
Evergreen Harbor is a world that is introduced in The Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle. It is a modern/industrial coastal town based off middle class neighbourhoods from all across the world Each neighborhood is within a different state of pollution on the eco footprint.
Britechester is a world included in The Sims 4: Discover University. It is home to two college campuses, University of Britechester and Foxbury Institute. With Seasons installed, the world will have frequent cloudy and rainy days.
Glimmerbrook is a world included in The Sims 4: Realm of Magic. It is a secluded woodland area with a mystical feel to it. The landscape is inspired by national parks located in the Northwestern region of the United States. It features a portal to The Magic Realm.
Sulani is a world introduced in The Sims 4: Island Living. It is based on Polynesian islands and culture.
StrangerVille is a world introduced in The Sims 4: StrangerVille. It resembles a stereotypical rural desert town in the Southwestern United States, mostly inspired by the state of Arizona and Area 51.
Del Sol Valley is a world that was introduced in The Sims 4: Get Famous. It is a big suburban area of a city, located near an ocean, and is focused on various celebrity Sims, both new and old. It is based on Los Angeles, especially Hollywood and Hollywood Hills.
Selvadorada is a destination world in The Sims 4: Jungle Adventure. It is based on the Latin American region surrounded by vast expanses of jungle and hidden ruins to explore, with a small settlement of which Sims can interact with locals, try out food or purchase adventure gear.
Brindleton Bay is a world that was introduced in The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs. It is a big coastal town surrounded by beaches and various pets related activities. It is based on typical New England seafront towns.
Forgotten Hollow is a world introduced in The Sims 4: Vampires. It is comprised of 5 lots; 4 residential and 1 empty lot.
Forgotten Hollow is a centuries-old neighbourhood with a mix of Victorian and old Transylvanian architectural style. The world is scattered with tombstones, withered foliage and creeping fog, as well as gargoyles and other stone statues. The world contains only a single neighbourhood with 5 lots surrounding a central plaza, and at the center there is a memorial statue of Vlad, the founder of Forgotten Hollow.
This world is unique compared to other worlds in The Sims 4, because night time lasts a lot longer here than in other worlds, meaning vampires can stay out for longer without the risk of being burnt in the sun.
San Myshuno is a world introduced in The Sims 4: City Living. It is a coastal city surrounded by mountains, with a river running through the middle. It is packed with many diverse Sims of different cultures and sprawling with activities and festivals. This world is based on a variety of modern cities from around the world like Tokyo, San Francisco and New York City and also features elements of Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Moroccan cultures. Its geography resembles that of Hong Kong. San Myshuno is the only world in The Sims 4 to feature apartments and penthouses.
Windenburg is a world introduced in The Sims 4: Get Together. Its architectural design—dominated by timber-framed houses—and its structural design, in combination with modern city aspects, is heavily based on central and southern regions of Germany. Castle-like ruins can be found on the mainland and most of The Island is surrounded by crumbling man-made walls. These ruins are inspired by Gothic buildings in Europe and they indicate the old age of the city.
Magnolia Promenade is a neighborhood introduced in The Sims 4: Get to Work. It is comprised of four lots, three of which are retail.
Granite Falls is a sub-world introduced in The Sims 4: Outdoor Retreat game pack. Sims can vacation in Granite Falls for up to seven days, but cannot live there as in normal residential worlds. Sims with the Outdoor Enthusiast aspiration or loves outdoors trait will often want to go on vacation to Granite Falls.
Newcrest is a world shipped with The Sims 4. It was released via a game update on June 11, 2015. Newcrest seems to be based on modern suburban cities and neighborhoods. It has high-rises in the background.
Willow Creek is a world that was shipped with The Sims 4 base game alongside Oasis Springs. Its design is inspired by New Orleans.
Oasis Springs is a world that was shipped in The Sims 4 base game alongside Willow Creek. It is set in the middle of a desert. Its appearance is reminiscent of many locations in the desert portions of the Southwestern United States.