Sims 4 leak reportedly shows upcoming underwear update

Sims 4 leak reportedly shows upcoming underwear update

The latest leak for The Sims 4 reportedly reveals what could be an upcoming underwear and Simtimates update to the long-time fan-favorite title.

A leak for The Sims 4 seems to confirm an underwear update is on the game’s horizon.

Per Dualshockers, the leak included an image from would-be publisher Electronic Arts’ EA app. A now-deleted Reddit post of the image contained a thumbnail for The Sims 4 “Modern Men’s Clothing Sets.” While said set is already an existing downloadable content in The Sims 4, the image posted on Reddit appeared to showcase both masculine and feminine Sims in underwear that are brand new to the game. Developer Maxis has previously noted that more DLC packs are on the way in the near future. Among these is reportedly a “Simtimates Collection”, which will presumably be made up of new underwear and underwear for the game.

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The long life of The Sims 4

The Sims 4 is the latest in the long-running series, which began with the 2000s The Simsitself a branch of the larger ones Sim the series started in the 1989s SimCity. The Sims 4 released in 2014, and in the years since has grown to include the main game, two dozen expansion and game packs, as well as a multitude of sets of different furniture, clothing options and other equipment.

Still, the game continues to evolve. In late November 2022, EA added a profanity filter to the game in response to a number of offensive content being uploaded to The Sims 4 Gallery. In a statement, EA said: “Our team has reviewed and made critical updates to the profanity filter to prevent this from happening again in the future.” This came just a week after developers patched the game to correct what were described as “overly aggressive/mean Sims” by implementing “an adjustment to cool down the extra negativity that takes place between Sims.”

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Although The Sims 4 is still going strong nearly a decade after its release, EA has officially begun testing the game The Sims 5. Officially known as Project Rene, the game was reportedly hacked just days after the trial period began. According to the hacker, the process was “really simple” and involved generating playtester Devuno tokens to access the game without EA’s approval. The game was reportedly not encrypted, which only made it easier for the hacker to gain insight which they quickly shared footage of on Peer 2 Peer servers.

Source: Dualshockers

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