'The Sims 4' Gets Campus DLC Update And Season-Themed DLC

By Mia P. , Updated Mar 15, 2017 11:46 PM EDT

"The Sims 4" developers continue to support the two year old game with DLCs, sometimes taking suggestions from fans. The gaming community constantly message the developers on social media asking for certain things to see added to the game. For one, gamers are giving suggestions on the future season-themed update rumored to be in the works.

Game Designer Responds To Fan's Suggestion.

Recently, a fan on Twitter received a response from a known designer involved with "The Sims 4" game. The game's designer SimGuruDaniel on Twitter responded to a fan's query about how exactly they would like seasons to be applied to the game and if the weather would only be affecting specific worlds. Another fan suggested that the update may also include different vacation worlds featuring different weather systems for players to visit and enjoy different activities.

"The Sims 4" developers have yet to confirm if they are exploring this idea but the designer's response is said to hint at that. In the meantime, the "Bowling Stuff Pack" DLC is slated to roll out soon, SimsVIP reported. Another game designer noted that the bowling DLC will add different fun activities with different bowling alleys.

Go Back To College "The Sims 4" Way

Meanwhile, EA is expected to to release the "On Campus" DLC for "The Sims 4". The campus will be coordinated with the future expansion pack along with a book that will improve individual skills of Sims, TNH Online reported. The expansion will also allow Sims to form new relationships.

"The Sims 4" gamers may now get to reminisce and have the dream do over of going back to college to get good grades, deal with bullies, join organizations, fight for a cause or protest. EA is yet to reveal the release date for the school-themed DLC as of this writing. In addition, Vampires are coming to "The Sims 4." Check it out below:


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