The Sims 4 Adds More Body Positivity with Birthmarks, Stretch Marks, and Cesarean Scars
The following Sims 4 development pack ‘Expanding Together’ is set to be concentrated on all points family members as it presents a new family-friendly community, San Sequoia, in addition to infant Sims as well as all the tasks you would certainly anticipate like infant showers, treehouse structure, as well as a lot of brand-new items for households with young Sims to take pleasure in.
From the looks of the video clip cooperated the tweet listed below, these new information can be customized further and also will certainly be able to be used on a range of various Sims and also put in whole lots of different locations on the Sims’ body.
Just a few weeks ago, EA additionally unveiled a series of new comprehensive personalization choices that consisted of points like leading surgical treatment marks, shareware, and also clinical wearables. These points, together with the brand-new skin details, absolutely give players a lot more choice when designing their Sims and also add even more realism to the life sim video game.
Revealed using a tweet from the official Sims account earlier today, Maxis created: Not just does The Sims 4 #GrowingTogether featured new Produce a Sim items-birthmarks, stretch marks & cesarean marks will certainly be coming to The Sims 4 base video game on March 14.
Fans of The Sims show up to have only praise for Maxis and also EA who have actually taken numerous advances just recently when it pertains to body positivity and also inclusivity for The Sims 4.
The Sims 4 developer Maxis has actually introduced it will certainly be including even more body positivity personalization options for Sims such as birthmarks, stretch marks, and also cesarean scars.
As found by Game Area (opens up in brand-new tab), EA designer Matthew J. Baha (opens in new tab) has actually confirmed that these brand-new attributes can be located in the ‘Skin Information’ category of the ‘Develop a Sim’ menu which they can be used alongside tattoos, meaning you will not need to pick which one to give your Sim.