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The Sims 4’s Big Baby Update Is Looking Promising

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In our latest Behind The Sims Summit, we discussed the future of the Life Sims franchise sims 4, mobile games The Sims Mobile When The Sims Freeplay, When sims 5 (We mean Project Rene). Yes, the non-object baby is coming soon.

when is the baby coming sims 4?

The big baby update, unveiled at the Behind The Sims Summit in October 2022, is coming March 14th. simsbut since its release in 2014, the baby has sims 4 It was just an object. After your Sim gave birth to a baby, they sat in the cradle and…well, not much. Your Sim was able to interact with the baby in a very limited way. Feeding the baby, changing diapers, and choosing from some of the social interactions. It could not wear clothes or distinguish facial features.

Starting March 14th, Simmers will have many new options. First, there are customization options, allowing each Rugrat to exist as themselves. There are new hair options, clothes and accessories.

Now that Baby is free from the bassinet, other Sims can interact with Tyke in new ways. You can cuddle it, feed it, play with it, and even hand it to other Sims. They can interact with other Sims of all ages, so your fictional family doesn’t feel like a group therapy session. Babies also have their own characteristics. Imagine! A baby with more personality than a static object!

Is there going to be a new Sims 4 Expansion Pack?

Yes! Unfortunately, The Sims team didn’t share anything about it. We’ll have to wait just a bit longer until February 2 for more information. That’s also two days before the franchise’s 23rd anniversary.

However, the upcoming Expansion Pack is largely expected to be a “Generations” Pack. There are many somewhat classic Sims Expansion Packs, and Generations, which adds gameplay and items relating to families, is one of them. This speculation is due to its release close to the big babies update. The Behind the SIms Summit also referenced it with the phrase, “Meet the family.” Luckily, we won’t have to wait long to find out for sure.

What do we know about The Sims 5?

The Sims team gave more updates on the next iteration of the iconic series, nicknamed Project Rene, during today’s Sims Summit. Much of it built upon the scant details fans got during the last Sims Summit in October. Grant Rodiek, game director for Project Rene, discussed cross-play between mobile and PC and multiplayer options.

According to Rodiek, PC will offer players the full Sims experience with more powerful design capabilities, while being able to play on the go on mobile. The game director gave an example of playing on PC at home and on mobile while out at a park with his toddler.

For multiplayer, the largely single-player franchise, Rodiek stressed that The Sims 5 is not going to go the MMO route, but will instead allow players to invite friends as they want. This sounds much like Animal Crossing, for example, which is a single-player game that allows players to invite friends over to their islands when they want, and to keep things a solo mission if they don’t.

Since the announcement late last year, the team began rolling out limited playtesting “small snippets of the game,” including apartment customization, multiplayer customization, and uploading furniture and item design.

But the team was still adamant that development is still ongoing. Rodiek specifically said the next generation is “years out.”

Are there any updates to The Sims Mobile and FreePlay mobile games?

Both mobile games, yes there are two, are getting some love.

The Sims Mobile will celebrate the anniversary of The Sims franchise with a plumbob disco (plumbobs are the, usually green, 3D diamonds that appear over Sims heads indicating how they’re doing). The phone game is also getting ready to celebrate its fifth anniversary with new items tied to a treasure hunt. The Sims Mobile will also see regular seasonal updates and another Sims Festival, which is a monthly recurring event in the game.

Meanwhile, The Sims FreePlay will add a new area to its desert map in the Sims Springs town in April that players can customize. There will be fixer-upper opportunities, according to the Summit, and there will be an amusement park grand prize as you make your way through the map. FreePlay apparently hasn’t gotten any additional music since its launch 11 years ago. The mobile game will add tunes from other Sims games which can be heard via the Sim FM station on stereos.

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