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News video games 02 December 2022, 12:09

author: Jakub Tarchala

Sims Will Stop Being Mean for No Reason; The Sims 4 Gets Important Patch

The latest update for The Sims 4 has fixed an annoying bug that caused unwarranted mischief among Sims. Players also received new clothes modeled after the Dragon Age series.

If you are playing The Sims 4, you have probably encountered recently a bug that was making your Sims act mean for no apparent reason. Yesterday's update finally fixed this bothersome problem, and at the same time added a handful of free clothes for fans of the Dragon Age series.

Sims bury the hatchet

The changes and new features were introduced as part of the SDX package (Sims Delivery Express), which is a regular free update to the game, independent of the expansions you own. Yesterday's official update fixed a problem that has been occurring for about two months with increased aggression among Sims. Details and an apology from the developers can be read in a message on Twitter.

The community seems to be divided in sentiment in the comments. Most players are grateful and confirm the fixing of the problem. However, some reproach the developers for the accidental implementation of such a "malicious" bug and the slow pace in fixing the game.

New content for Dragon Age fans

On Dragon Age's page on Facebook, the developers confirmed the addition of new clothes and tattoos in yesterday's patch, modeled on the announced game Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. The package includes four T-shirts, three tattoos for the Sim's left arm, as well as a baseball cap. All the content can be worn by both male and female Sims.

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New T-shirt designs available for both genders. Source: EA Maxis.
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A baseball cap and a set of tattoos. Source: EA Maxis.

Jakub Tarchala

Jakub Tarchala

He started by producing content on YouTube in 2020, but eventually found out writing was his real jam. He set up a modest blog where he published video game reviews, and two years later combined his work with his hobby and started writing for Gamepressure. He loves Terry Pratchett's offbeat sense of humor and the philosophical mysteries of the universe embedded in Stanislaw Lem's novels. He enjoys watching comedies and horror movies. He has a profound affection for the Stalker universe (electronic, written, and pasted). In his spare time he plays guitar and collects Marvel cards.


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