New apps and thrift store

Since its announcement, the new The Sims 4 expansion pack, High school years made the buzz among The Sims 4 community. Thanks to recent social declines in The Sims team, new information has surfaced suggesting there will be new social media platforms, a clothing platform like Depop, and even a thrift store for sims to purchase pre-loved clothes. For more information on the latest Sims 4 years high school announcements, read on.

The Sims 4 High School: New Apps

In a series of gameplay reveals, including new live-streaming content for teens, Maxis hinted at a new social platform called “Social Bunny”. The platform was previously shown in the reveal trailer as a more comprehensive social media system, with sims able to text each other and send bunny-themed emotes to each other. So far there is no information on how interactive this experience will be or if it will be the same social interactions we have in The Sims now, but aimed more at teenagers.

A new app like the Plopsy app in The Sims 4: Crafty Knitting will also be added. With the app, players will be able to sell old clothes for simoleons and even set trends. The app is called Trendi and has an analysis feature that tells your sim what clothing styles are trending that week. Other NPC sims can buy your old clothes from you and wear them around the world.

With live streaming and social platforms already playing a part in The Sims 4: Become Famous pack, many fans are wondering how the two packs will cross paths. It would make sense for a teenager to gain fame akin to the influencer lifestyle if they can set trends on Trendi and earn a following on Social Bunny.

The Sims 4 High Schools: New Thrift Store

The Thrift Teashop was hinted at during the initial 2022 trailer as being a new hangout for teenagers. With the recent teasers, we can see the full shopping mechanic of teens buying pre-loved prom clothes and outfits. Gameplay feels slightly more complex than the retail stores that come with it The Sim 4: at work, with sims able to try on Depop-inspired clothing in a dressing room, similar to create-a-sim.

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