EA and Maxis announced a Small living in the countryside expansion pack for The Sims 4. Launching on July 22 for both PC and console, the expansion includes nature and animal-themed interactions, along with new clothing and home designs for players to choose from. It also gives it a new town called Henford-on-Bagley.
The Sims 4 known for its many expansion packs that allow players to design their Sims and their town in many unique ways, and the Cottage Living expansion pack seems to be no exception. The expansion’s design of the environment, clothing, and animals evoke many of the “cottagecore” aesthetic trends that have spread like wildfire on social media sites like Instagram and TikTok.
The expansion pack includes new activities for the player’s Sims to engage in, including growing their own plants, which can be used to cook, befriending animals, exploring Henford-on-Bagely, and getting to know the people. new unplayable Sims.
In a press release, EA and Maxis said that player Sims will “find new ways to connect with nature.” Players can take their Sims to match, go on a countryside picnic or explore the idyllic forests nearby. The expansion’s trailer shows a marketplace for Sims to sell their wares and a festival where enterprising players can participate in their winning crops or animals in the competition. . It’s a small part of Harvest Moon right The Sims 4.
Players who purchase the expansion before September 2 will also receive additional gifts for their Sims, including a detachable bike, a gnome figurine, and a decorated tree. The DLC pack will be available for $40.