The Sims 4 Cats & Dogs pet expansion for PC lands in November
The Sims 4 was released on PC almost three years ago, and went through a lot: it managed to break down gender barriers, it freed itself from the suburbs, and also reached Mac and console gamers. But it still lacks something and digital citizens aren’t completely satisfied. There are no pets. Fortunately, that’s about to change!
The Sims 4 Cats & Dogs expansion coming on November 10
Thanks to the EA’s upcoming update, gamers will be able to add a dose of cuteness to their manufactured utopia. More specifically, you’ll be able to design your own pet and include it in your Sims world.
The pet creation process will work in a similar manner as the Sims are created and modified throughout the game. You’ll get the chance to edit almost every aspect of a cat or a dog. Animal customization will include breed, fur pattern, outfits, accessories for stylish animals and more.
The coolest thing is that the pets will show off their unique personality traits and you’ll need to interact with your pet to find this out.
New career choice and a new coastal location
Besides cats and dogs, the expansion will also arrive with the possibility for Sims to follow the career of a veterinarian. You’ll get to build your clinic where you’ll diagnose and treat all kinds of diseases that may befall pets.
The expansion will also bring a new coastal location called Brindleton Bay which will include a harbor, a lighthouse and park areas where you’ll be able to walk your pets. You’ll also see lots of stray dogs and cats on the streets, and you’ll get the fantastic option to adopt them.
The Sims 4’s Cats & Dogs expansion pack will reach PCs in November, but no information is available regarding the time it will arrive on the Xbox One.
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