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#SimthingToCelebrate: Weddings in The Sims 4 Change Forever

#SimthingToCelebrate: Weddings in The Sims 4 Change Forever
Russell Kidson

Russell Kidson

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February 17th is the expected date of arrival of a new The Sims 4 game pack teased in January. The teaser came as a part of a roadmap released by EA on social media that vaguely maps out the studio’s year ahead. The devil was in the details with this roadmap; however, as fans of the franchise and diehard Simmers picked apart the graphics elements of the social media post and came to one conclusion; The Sims 4 is getting a wedding pack

Notable Sims community member and EA GameChanger @lilsimsie discussed the background of the post in a video on her YouTube channel, mentioning that details that in previous posts were simply confetti resembled all sorts of wedding paraphernalia in the latest post. Kayla, as she is known off-screen, is not alone, with other community members jumping on the wedding bandwagon

The unofficial release date and concept and assumed cover art for the new game pack, presumably titled The Sims 4 My Wedding Stories, comes courtesy of a leak by a Twitter account known for successfully leaking content pertaining to upcoming games. The account, @Alumia_Italia, leaked that the pack is expected to release on February 17th, just a few days after Valentine’s Day. The leak was corroborated by other Sims fan accounts such as @lunar_Britney, and numerous Sims YouTuber’s like @Deligracy have already commented on the leak, adding to the general feeling that it is all but confirmed as the next big game pack. 

Subsequently, Key features of the pack have been ‘leaked’ as well, with specific attention paid to the purported new wedding-themed world Tartosa. 
Only February 17th will tell how much of this is grounded in reality. Until then, however, feel free to read about the recently released collaboration with Pabllo Vittar and brush up on your Sims 4 knowledge with our in-depth review of the wildly successful life simulator by EA Games and Maxis.

Russell Kidson

Russell Kidson

I hail from the awe-inspiring beauty of South Africa. Born and raised in Pretoria, I've always had a deep interest in local history, particularly conflicts, architecture, and our country's rich past of being a plaything for European aristocracy. 'Tis an attempt at humor. My interest in history has since translated into hours at a time researching everything from the many reasons the Titanic sank (really, it's a wonder she ever left Belfast) to why Minecraft is such a feat of human technological accomplishment. I am an avid video gamer (Sims 4 definitely counts as video gaming, I checked) and particularly enjoy playing the part of a relatively benign overlord in Minecraft. I enjoy the diverse experiences gaming offers the player. Within the space of a few hours, a player can go from having a career as an interior decorator in Sims, to training as an archer under Niruin in Skyrim. I believe video games have so much more to teach humanity about community, kindness, and loyalty, and I enjoy the opportunity to bring concepts of the like into literary pieces.

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