‘The Sims 4: Parenthood’ Game Pack: 3 Amazing Gameplay Elements Included In Upcoming DLC
Game developer Maxis recently unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming game pack "The Sims 4: Parenthood." With the said DLC focused on building stronger bonds between Sim family members, avid fans can look forward to seeing interesting gameplay elements and a slew of new in-game objects.
"The Sims 4: Parenthood" game pack is set to delight avid fans of Maxis and game publisher Electronic Arts' life simulation gaming title. Here are some of the amazing gameplay elements to expect from the upcoming DLC:
New Parenting Skill and Character Value Traits
Game developers have included several new features that will change how Sim parents look after their Sim children in "The Sims 4." Gamers can expect to see more "ill-behaved" children, from toddler Sims to teen Sims, according to an announcement posted on the game's website.
Some gamers might even find their Sim characters dealing with rebellious Sim children but the new parenting skill included in "The Sims 4: Parenthood" DLC will help Sims parents to handle the said challenges. Moreover, the parenting style of Sims adults will help Sim children develop new Character Value Traits such as becoming a well-mannered Sim and more.
After School Projects and Family Activities
Children Sims can now bring home school projects such as artsy assignments or science experiments. The upcoming "The Sims 4: Parenthood" game pack will also allow gamers to have other members of their Sim family join in on the school project fun that includes creating backyard rockets or mini-volcanoes.
Interesting Parent-Child Interactions
The upcoming "The Sim 4: Parenthood" game pack will also introduce new interactions between Sim parents and their Sim children. Game developers have added a new tuck-in bed action between an adult and child Sim, according to a Twitter Q&A session with a member of "The Sims 4" team, as compiled by Sims Community.
Sim parents will even have the option to create a brown bag lunch for Sim children to take to school. Meanwhile, gamers can also set curfew hours for teen Sims, as well as give "time-outs" or grounding penalties for rebellious children with the upcoming "The Sims 4: Parenthood" DLC.
Apart from the said new features, "The Sims 4" gamers can also expect to see new objects and "Create-A-Sim" (CAS) items included in the said game pack. "The Sims 4: Parenthood" will be released on May 30 for PC and MAC.
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