How to find your game version
Where do I find my game version ?
The game has a game or version number which shows to what patch level you are updated.
The version number can be found in the launcher
What does the version number consist of ?
The first digit(s) tell you for which EP the version number is
- 1 = Base game
- 2 = World Adventures
- 3 = High-End Loft
- 4 = Ambitions
- 5 = Fast Lane
- 6 = Late Night
- 7 = Outdoor Living
- 8 = Generations
- 9 = Town Life
- 10 = Pets
- 11 = Master Suite
- 12 = Showtime
- 13 = Katy Perry Sweet Treats
- 14 = Diesel
- 15 = Supernatural
- 16 = Seasons
- 17 = 70s, 80s, & 90s Stuff Pack
- 18 = University Life
- 19 = Island Paradise
- 20 = Movie Stuff Pack
- 21 = Into The Future
Next is the version of the patch. When talking about the patch, only the first two digits are mentioned.
The last two digits are the region code.
What’s the region code ?
Region codes help to find out how and where the game was bough.
Base Game/World Adventures
- 01 = US
- 02 = Worldwide (incl. New Zealand and Australia)
- 03 = Asia
- 05 = Japan
- 17 = Digital Download
From High-End Loft
- 01 = DVD-Version
- 17 = Digitaler Download
The country region codes were dropped after WA, since there were issues with mixing regions.
To make sure you don’t run into issues, WA needs to have the same region code as the base game but all others can be mixed and matches as you please (expect the Steam-Version which can only be mixed with Steam).
If you install manual incremental patches, make sure the region code of your base game matches the patch.
How can I find my version number without the launcher ?
The version number can be found in the file skuversion.txt. The file is located in the [Installation Directory] \Game\Bin of the Expansions/Base Game folder
As an alternative you can use the Dashboard Tool by Delphy or the Patch Downloader. Both tools show the version number.