A PACKAGE format and extension file is a package of resources used by various Electronic Arts (EA) games.
A PACKAGE file can contain audio data, 3D model, texture, character, zone and other game data.
These resources, related to the PACKAGE files, can be used by various EA games, for example, The Sims 2-4 and Online, Sim City 4 or Spore.
A PACKAGE files can store a file of one or more game files, usually in XML format. PACKAGE files are saved in EA's standard DBPF file format.
Users can edit PACKAGE files with dedicated editing tools for each game or application, for example, for the Sims an official SimPE or EA ContentManager tool can be used.
The header of the PACKAGE file contains information about the given file type and the index of files stored in the file. Installing custom files requires the installation of the appropriate mods.
PACKAGE files can be found on all platforms where any EA application is installed, including mobile, however there may be problems trying to work with those files, due to compatibility issues.
Below is a list of applications that support PACKAGE files:
Frequently associated Windows objects:
If you downloaded a PACKAGE file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open PACKAGE File on iOS device follow steps below:
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