‘The Sims 4’ Update: Toddler DLC Now Available for Free Download, Check Features Here

‘The Sims 4’ Update: Toddler DLC Now Available for Free Download, Check Features Here The Sims 4 at Gamescom 2013 from Sergey Galyonkin / Flickr with CC BY-SA 2.0

The latest The Sims 4 update is something that will make the game more interesting. Over the years, the franchise has developed more and more. Not only has it begun to closely emulate real life, recent updates make it feel like “real life itself” as well.

Bringing Back An Old Favorite

The latest Sims 4 update will bring Toddlers in the game. According to Game Rant, publisher Electronic Arts has announced the arrival of the long-awaited toddlers. Players of the game will be getting the update for free.

Many fans are getting spoiled this New Year as the Vampire DLC was just announced the other day. All new content is available to anyone who owns the actual game.

The publishers reportedly wanted to add features to make the game more “alive” than it seems. Two years after The Sims 4 original release, players can enjoy the funny representations of youth once again. In The Sims 4 Update, players can get a head start with several toddler skill-building exercises and family bonding.

All Planned Out

The decision wasn’t made out of the blue; in fact, executive producer Lyndsay Pearson has been discussing it with the team for some time. Reintroducing toddlers in the game was a long process. Now, Sim-parents can teach their toddlers the essentials of life.

Sim parents can use flash cards to improve their child’s speaking skills. They can also read them to sleep and carry them around the house. Toddlers can have a mini-dance party and even go potty.

Fans were initially disappointed that the toddler feature was not initially included in the game, especially since it was a must-have ever since. According to Gamespot, Maxis explained they wanted to focus more on the new technology development. To be fair, they did add pools shortly after launch.

The life-simulation game franchise began in 2000 and has gone on to be one of the best-selling games of all time. More than fifteen games later, the franchise has sold more than 175 million copies worldwide.

Despite being large sandbox games, players find more and more ways to keep themselves entertained. With all the expansions added, there is definitely more things to tinker and experiment with.

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