‘The Sims 4’ Latest News & Update: ‘Vintage Glamor Stuff’Add-On Bringing In More Goodies; Game Improvements Detailed

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Dec 06, 2016 05:56 AM EST
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EA will give “The Sims 4” players more goodies with yet another DLC pack in “Vintage Glamor Sruff” set for release on Dec. 6. The new add-on will broaden the items and themes which gamers can use for the game.

Aside from “The Sims 4: Vintage Glamor Stuff” DLC, there will reportedly be bug-fixes and game improvements to expect in the coming days. Among the problems that will be addressed include the residential lots turning into generic lots and NPC interaction involving maids. The complete patch notes can be found over at Sims Community Info.

As far as added content is concerned, “The Sims 4: Vintage Glamor Stuff” comes after the “Holiday Celebration Pack”. As mentioned in a previous post, that DLC included the addition of items like a holiday table, fireplace, nutcrackers and a centerpiece.

Now, more are expected once “The Sims 4: Vintage Glamor Stuff” is unleashed. Included are items, decoration and fashion themes relative to the golden age of Hollywood. The items to expect include a vanity table and a 16th century Monte Vista Globe Bar. Other than that, gamers can even hire a butler to do the chores for them, Neurogadget reported.

With EA pouring in the content, the effort should make or break the future of “The Sims” franchise. Everyone know show “The Sims 4” fared badly as far as sales is concerned. Fixes and new content seem to be the alternative course of action game developers are undertaking with no word on how such has helped the life-simulation game.

Hanging in the balance is the future of “The Sims 5”, something that is cloudy as of to date. Losses are unlikely to be covered by the added DLCs with the best recourse right now is to please gamers with the unique and new content via the add-on route.

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