Todays patch brings a few new things and bug fixes (and no, no infants) but the focus lies on console players. There are of course a few things for PC/Mac players but since the status of the console version is very bad, a patch focusing on that is desperately needed.
We’re getting a new hearing aid as well as surgery scars, a non-functional light switch and some clothing.
Bug-wise they fixed the dust that didn’t appear anymore as well as some issues with the Emily and some scenarios.
Complete changes below.
Following hot on the heels of the last update we have another one for you, this time we are putting a bit of a focus on the console version of The Sims 4, streamlining some key interfaces for easier controller interaction. While you can use a mouse and keyboard on both PlayStation and Xbox versions of The Sims 4, most console Simmers love to sit back with a controller; these updates are a small part of a larger ongoing focus to improve the console experience for all.
We also continue to invite all console Simmers to give us your thoughts and feedback on playing The Sims 4 on PlayStation and Xbox (especially with a controller) over on Answers HQ, where we have had some excellent feedback so far that the team is reviewing.
Not playing on console? No problem, we have some new content and fixes for everyone in this update as well. So let’s kick things off and see what’s new.
- The Sims Team
What’s New ?
We have so much new stuff with this release and we can’t wait to dive in and tell you all about it. We do want to make a quick note that while we have added quite a few new assets, these are purely visual and don’t add new gameplay functionality. Now, let’s get to the good stuff.