The Sims 4: Parenthood Game Pack puts your parenting skills to the test
The Sims 4 recently received a brand-new game pack for PC. The Parenthood Game Pack focuses on family life, challenging your parenting skills.
The Sims 4: Parenthood Game Pack highlights
- Character values
This is the core feature of the Parenthood game pack, influencing Sims from childhood through adolescence. There are five main values that you, as a parent, need to constantly monitor. Life events, actions, and various responsibilities will influence these values and will eventually result in a permanent character trait.
- Praise positive behavior and scold negative behavior
In order to improve your parenting skills, you need to be actively involved in your kids’ life. Praise positive behavior whenever possible and don’t hold back from scolding negative behavior. Teach you kids a lesson when they really need one. However you choose to handle various situations, your actions will make you a better parent.
- The School Project
The Sims 4’s creators are very proud of the game’s School Project feature: “By far the coolest object in The Sims 4 Parenthood, and one of the coolest we’ve ever done, is the school project.”
Your kids will come home from school with new school projects. They offer you the chance to get extra credit and put your creative skills to practice. You can help your kids to build two-stage homemade rockets, sputtering volcanoes, and more.
- The sack lunch
You can really bond with your kids and let them know how much you care about them by packing them a sack lunch every day for school.
Other interesting features of this game pack include curfews, punishments, sibling rivalries, new activities and behaviors, and more.
For more information, check out the trailer below:
You can buy The Sims 4: Parenthood DLC for $19.99 from Origin.
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