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The Sims 4 will soon allow more customization for toddlers with its upcoming DLC

by Lewis White


Back in January of this year, developer Maxis finally listened to fans and granted them the ability to look after toddlers in The Sims 4. Sure, they might be noisy, annoying and draw on your walls with crayon all the time, but skipping out the second part of your Sim-child’s growth cycle was immensely disappointing to fans of the series. Soon though, The Sims 4 will be introducing more options to customize your devilish offspring with an upcoming expansion titled Toddler Stuff.

Most of the items in the upcoming DLC pack are in the form of new clothing, allowing more hairstyles and attire options so you can feel like a real parent making their child wear silly costumes that their mates will laugh at them for wearing. Sure, you can make them wear normal clothes but why not dress the little tykes up as a fox, or a bee? Then laugh at them!

New clothes aren’t just included in the update, however, as the pack also includes new gameplay features and outdoor furniture for your kids to play around on. Slides, ball pits and more are all included but with the addition of having the ability to invite neighboring children to play with yours it’ll become even more fun…and noisier. Now you can keep your children occupied while you sneak into the house to watch some Game of Thrones, until one of them scrapes their knee or something and you have to stop them from wailing.

While no price has been announced yet, The Sims 4: Toddler Stuff pack is set to release later this month on August 24th.

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