'The Sims 4' Expansion: Game Designer Responds to Fan's Request for Seasons; Spring Stuff Pack to add Variety

By Matthew King, | March 09, 2017

The latest updates reveal details on "The Sims 4: Dogs and Cats", "The Sims 4: Eco-Living Stuff", and "The Sims 4: Fitness Stuff".  (YouTube)

The latest updates reveal details on "The Sims 4: Dogs and Cats", "The Sims 4: Eco-Living Stuff", and "The Sims 4: Fitness Stuff". (YouTube)

Avid gamers of "The Sims 4" have been requesting for things they would like to be added to the game. Many of them have been sending their suggestions to people who are directly involved in the development of the expansion via social media in hopes that they will be heard.

It's a no-brainer that EA and Maxis may have a lot up their sleeves for "The Sims 4" this year and enthusiastic fans are sharing what they want from the developers this year. Recently, one fan asked a SimGuru, who is known as one of the game designers behind "The Sims 4," a query regarding the addition of seasons. To which, SimGuruDaniel replied:

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Upon his surprise response, lots of fans got their hopes up that Electronic Arts is listening and it will consider adding seasons to "The Sims 4." According to some fans, one way to do it is to include weather-themed vacation worlds to the game.

Meanwhile, while some may be looking forward to the Bowling Stuff Pack set to arrive this Spring, some do not share the same excitement. Sims producer Graham Nordone has argued that this pack will offer variety and will be different.   

Nordone revealed on Twitter that it goes beyond just the addition of Bowling items but a fun activity to share with friends and family. He also confirmed that the team will be adding some aesthetic style to Bowling alleys that would be certainly delightful.    

Earlier reports also indicated that a new survey done by Maxis for "The Sims 4" hinted that the game would see the addition of On Campus DLC, where Sims will go to a university. Other speculated expansions include Pets as well as Fairies and Witches DLC.

Maxis and EA's life simulation franchise has spawned three main titles including the current entry, "The Sims 4" after the first game debuted in 2003 on Windows PC and MacOS platforms.   

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