‘The Sims 4’ Latest News & Update: Vampire-Themed Game Pack Delayed Due To Holiday Celebration DLC? Hidden Codes Revealed?

By AASalvador , Updated Dec 12, 2016 07:03 PM EST
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"The Sims 4" latest news, rumours and updates reveal that Electronic Arts may be on the verge of releasing a downloadable content that will include a vampire-themed game for the Simmers. Some reports suggest that the hidden codes revealed seemed to be linked to a creepy, if not scary, experience for the players.

"The Sims 4" characters seemed to be dynamic, coming from all sorts of life, but has there been a supernatural kind of character, like a vampire, in the history of "The Sims?" According to some reports, the gaming codes hidden in the recent update reveals new eye colour for the characters. Think of how "Twilight's" Edward Cullen's eyes changes depending on his satiety and you will know what we mean by a vampire-themed game. In "The Sims 4" Create-A-Sim (CAS) gamers may choose a bright red colour for "The Sims" eye colour.

Not only will there be changing eye colours in "The Sims 4" game pack, there will also be items that are associated with vampires like a large tree with birds flying around. A gravestone is also reported to be included in the game pack.

However, "The Sims 4" vampire-themed pack is rumoured to be delayed in its release as the game developers are busy with the Holiday Celebration DLC which include items that are associated with the festive celebration. Players will be able to check some Christmas centrepiece, a fireplace, nutcrackers and even a holiday table.

Aside from "The Sims 4" Holiday Celebration Pack's Christmas items, the new patch also allows the release of "City Living." Have you uploaded the newest DLC in time for dinner? Do you think there will indeed be vampire-themed game pack for "The Sims 4." Tell us what you think and do not forget to subscribe to GamenGuide for the latest news and update of "The Sims 4."

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