The Sims 4 is out for almost two months now and the fans received some good news about some free future updates. The developers are going to release a patch in November and another one in December, which will feature one of the most wanted features, the pool, but also new career paths as well. But what other features want The Sims 4 fans to see in the future?
Here are the top 5 most wanted features on The Sims 4.
- Make aging more realistic
Every Sim in the neighborhood, including those that are not currently playing, will continue to age no matter what. It seems that they grow quite fast, but at the same time this can make them become ghosts, since there are many who would like to see ghosts in the game.
However, you can turn aging off completely, but that means that your baby won’t turn into a child and it will always stay in the bassinet and will offer very limited interactive options.
- More dynamic neighborhood
The Sims 4 also came with a loading screen when you move from house to house, which can play a bit with your nerves. The game doesn’t seem to be so alive and dynamic as it was in the The Sims 3. Many players think that the developers made a mistake by bringing this loading feature into The Sims 4.
Toddlers “aging” no longer exist in new Sims 4. This means that your baby will turn into a child directly, and you will not be able to see his first steps etc. This huge change from baby to child makes the game feel less and less realistic and some players are really disappointed because of this.
- Better Editing Tools
In The Sims 4, there is no terrain editing tools, that’s the reason that there are a lot of flat lands in the neighborhoods. It is quite strange that the developers decided to bring more flat terrains instead of bringing the tools to just make them like that with your own “hands”. The worlds are also way smaller than The Sims 3 currently has, which means that there are fewer lots for you.
- Addition features
The game doesn’t feature fears, scars, and dishwashers and not even burglars, which once again makes the game less and less realistic.
The Sims 4 is coming to Mac
It’s official, there is a Sims 4 game for Mac and the developers are currently working on it. Rachel Franklin, the executive producer for The Sims 4, said that they are currently working on a Mac version but more news about this will be released later.
If until now, there were no news regarding the Mac edition of The Sims 4, and the Apple users can now be happy and get ready for the upcoming Sims 4 on their Mac devices.