'The Sims 4' Game Updates and Review: Toddlers Doing Good in Game This Time; How are the Vamps?
"The Sims 4" has recently reintroduced toddlers in a free update this month. Compared to previous iterations, players actually liked the toddlers added to "The Sims 4."
According to Kotaku, the addition of the new toddlers made some significant changes in the life of the Sims. One great example is that they bother everyone at night with their loud cries. The same is true in real life when babies disturb the sleep of their parents at night.
There was also a big difference on how the toddlers were designed for the game. Now, players are incentivized when they teach the toddlers how to walk and talk. The toddlers also throw tantrums when they are angry or when they are not put to bed by their caregivers.
Toddlers also learn a lot of new skills in communications, personal hygiene and even walking. It will appear in the game like they are going through the normal development stage that any other kids encounter. "Toddlers is something that has been in the works for a while, and I am really proud of the work that the team has put in to creating these adorable little Sims," executive producer Lyndsay Pearson told IGN.
Aside from these, toddlers will also have the chance to learn how to dance and even use the bathroom on their own. It also added that the Sims would need to carry their baby around the house and read them bedtime stories before going to sleep.
After the availability of the toddlers for "The Sims 4," the game has also introduced the Vampires game pack, Nashville Chatter highlighted. With this feature, gamers are able to use vampire powers in the game.
The vampires are expected to function differently compared to the normal Sims. They need to buy plasma or sip that from another Sim in order to survive.