New Sims 4 patch stops mean Sims from being total jerks

The Sims 4 will be getting an update very soon that will fix a major bug causing Sims to start randomly and autonomously insulting each other.


The Sims 4 the developers have finally announced an update to fix the game’s standalone petty Sims.


The announcement was made on Twitter by @TheSimsDirect, the game’s designated account for updates, server status, and patch news. In the tweet, they explained that they have an update on “Sims too aggressive/mean” and will be implementing “a tuning fix to cool down additional negativity that occurs between Sims” in the coming days. This news is what players have been waiting for since players discovered the following bug The Sims 4′October 11 patch.

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Players have noticed their Sims acting out of character, randomly hurling insults at other Sims for no reason. Even Sims with traits like “Good” and “Friendly” didn’t shy away from battling with friends, family, or even strangers. Frustrations grew inside The Sims community over weeks without an update of a bug quickly destroying Sims relationships. The only solution players could come up with was to completely disable their Sims’ Autonomy. Some popular mods like MC Command Center were quick to add an option to prevent these nasty interactions from happening. But, for players who don’t like using mods, the bug rendered the game unplayable.

Following the announcement, a Twitter user asked if the update would fix another major bug in the official release. The Sims forums, where all the toddlers were the same, even though they weren’t twins or triplets. The Sims Direct Communications responded, saying, “We’re still working on same-faced toddlers, but we’ll continue to work to keep you posted on updates.” However, these bugs are somewhat tame compared to the July 2022 bug, which resulted in Sims rapidly aging and a bug involving incest.

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The Sims 4The base game was officially made free on October 18, 2022, a week after the breakthrough patch was released. Even eight years after its initial release, the social simulation game remains the most popular of its kind, having attracted over 36 million players across all platforms in 2021 and sold over 30 million units of its various expansion packs. . The next big part of The Sims franchise was also recently revealed, codenamed Rene Project.

The Sims 4 is now free to download on PC, Mac, Steam, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One systems. At the time of writing, there is no release window for Rene Project.

Source: Twitter

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