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author: Agnes Adamus

The Sims 4 Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Today, The Sims 4 will receive an update, which will introduce a number of new elements inspired by Latino culture, including murals, furniture and tattoos. The patch will also implement first corrections related to skin color.

Hispanic Heritage Month is currently underway in the United States, highlighting the contribution of Latino American culture to the country's development. To mark this occasion, an update for The Sims 4 is to be released today on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which will introduce a number of new objects thematically linked to this event.

Yesterday, an almost 40-minute stream took place, where the three creators of The Sims 4 presented the content of the update. The biggest novelties include furniture (table, chairs and barbecue), murals, clothes and tattoos. In addition, the game will introduce smaller elements, such as further dishes and two songs.

It is worth mentioning that the patch was announced earlier. It will implement the first fixes related to skin colors. This is to prepare the game for a larger update, which will appear in December, this year.

The Sims 4 has been causing a lot of controversy recently. It all started with limited possibility to customize characters (including the aforementioned skin colors) and items. Then, EA released Journey to Batuu, which instead of the changes desired by the community, introduced Star Wars setting into the game.

  1. The Sims 4 - official website
  2. Sims 4 - game guide
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