‘The Sims 4: Eco-Living’ DLC Updates: Park Ranger Career Included In Proposed Features; Final Clothing Items Revealed
It appears that the upcoming "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" stuff pack might include several exciting and interesting gameplay elements. Recently, the list of the final clothing pieces for the said "The Sims 4" DLC was revealed, along with the initial list of new features that might make it to the base game.
Game developers and members of "The Sims 4" gaming community recently reached an important milestone in the collaborative development process for the upcoming "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" stuff pack. Shortly after gamers were asked to narrow down the objects and wardrobe pieces for the said DLC, SimGuruGraham revealed the top 14 clothing items that avid fans chose.
In a blogpost on "The Sims 4" forums, SimGuruGraham shared that they added three pieces to the original 14 item list. Game developers incorporated the stockings, boots and the long-sleeved dress with flower accents to "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" wardrobe inventory. Apart from the said items, female Sims will also get five new tops, a pair of pants and a casual open-toed sandal.
"The Sims 4: Eco-Living" clothing vote also identified two new pant designs for male Sims including three new tops. For child Sims, only one piece each will be added to the list of existing clothing choices for young boy and girl characters. Images of the new wardrobe pieces for the said "The Sims 4" DLC was also posted on Twitter by SimGuruGraham.
— Graham Nardone (@SimGuruGraham) June 6, 2017
Meanwhile, SimGuruGraham also shared the results of a brainstorming session that "The Sims 4" development team recently did for the said stuff pack. Game developers identified over 60 potential gameplay elements that might be included in the upcoming "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" online poll, the Sims Community reported.
Some of the proposed "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" stuff pack features include beekeeping, nectar making, ironing, solar panels, greenhouses, and others. "The Sims 4" team also came up with suggested new traits such as the Litterbug trait, Eco-friendly trait, Eco-hate trait and even a potential new lot trait named "Off the Grid." Moreover, the developers brainstorming list also included a park ranger career, as well as a new aspiration linked to the DLC's central theme.
It is still unclear if the said list of potential "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" features will all be part of the upcoming online survey. Avid "The Sims 4" fans can expect to participate in "Features Vote" poll where respondents will be asked to choose the various gameplay elements that they want to see in the said DLC.
The next round of "The Sims 4: Eco-Living" online survey is slated to start on June 23 and will end on June 26. Gamers can then expect the release of two more polls to finalize the said "The Sims 4" stuff pack's logo and title.