The Sims 4 Community has spoken. I asked my subscribers What they wanted to see in the Sims 4 in 2023 and here are their responses. As most mentioned, refreshes and fixing the bugs are a must happen in 2023.
The Sims 4 has been around since late 2013 and since then has launched 12 Expansion Packs, 12 Game Packs, 18 Stuff Packs and 17 kits. I have a feeling we still have a lot in store for the Sims 4 gamers in 2023 while EA continues to work on Project Rene.
The Sims 4 community seems really passionate about getting refreshes on existing packs and getting bugs fixed so the game is more playable.
I agree. There's plenty of room for pack refreshes. Sims 4 Dine Out deserves a refresh and Sims 4 Get To Work could use a refresh as well. Newer packs should be compatible with older packs. It would be nice if chefs/mixologists could be compatible with Get To Work and Dine Out. If you have both those packs, you should be able to go to work with those sims. The same with the education career and High School Years expansion pack.
Another idea I liked was more representation in the game. We have definitely come along way since the launch of the Sims 4 but there's always room for more representation.
It makes me happy that we have pronouns and the option to change sexual preference.
I've never been a huge fan of animals and cars but a lot of people is wanting more animals like horses and drivable vehicles.
I do agree that the teenagers could look younger. Babies could have a little personality and not look the same but hopefully with the new infant update we should get in the near future could hopefully solve that problem.
These are only a few things the community would like to see in 2023.
What would you like to see in the Sims 4 in 2023?