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.
Story: Don’t let the abundance of space fool you. Take a look around, admire the wonderful scenery, and explore the endless possibilities. Do you see it? This is your whole new world! What are you waiting for?
Newcrest consists of three neighborhoods, each with five lots of varying sizes. Unlike other worlds for The Sims 4, Newcrest does not contain any pre-built lots. There are visible houses and high-rises if the player angles their camera in-game, but these serve only as decoration and the player cannot enter them.
Newcrest has three new neighborhoods and each neighborhood has five empty lots, giving a total number of 15 empty lots for players to build on.
Empty Lots – Llama Lagoon
50×40: Twin Oracle Point, costs 8.500§
40×30: Avarice Acres, costs 3.000§
40×30: Rippling Flats, costs 3.000§
30×30: Tranquil Crescent, costs 2.500§
30×20: Asphalt Abodes, costs 2.000§
Empty Lots – Bridgeview
30×20: Fern Park, costs 2.000§
30×20: Beech Byway, costs 2.000§
40×30: Midtown Meadows, costs 3.000§
20×15: Oak Alcove, costs 1.500§
20×15: Comfy Cubby, costs 1.500§
Empty Lots – Ridgeline Drive
30×20: Cookout Lookout, costs 2.000§
30×20: Civic Cliffs, costs 2.000§
30×20: Hillside Highlands, costs 2.000§
40×30: Optimist’s Outlook, costs 3.000§
40×20: Sandy Run, costs 2.500§