The Sims 4 players should expect a sizable number of updates packed with plenty of content in the future.
Courtesy of EA CEO Andrew Wilson’s comments during the company’s most recent quarterly earnings call , players can expect “20 new content drops and expansion packs this year.”
EA executives also revealed that the game’s audience grew 35 percent in the last year. Considering this growth, 20 new content updates should come as little surprise.
Typically, Maxis releases one or two expansion and game packs each year, as well as three or four stuff packs and an equal number of free updates to increase functionality.
Late last year, Grant Rodiek, lead producer on The Sims 4, discussed on Twitter how he’d like to incorporate those with disabilities into the game at some point. To the excitement of many, Rodiek suggested that the team just needed a little more time.
Yes. We are actively pondering this right now. https://t.co/NQdtWe3Xqe
— Grant Rodiek (@SimGuruGrant) September 5, 2018
The amount of upcoming content promises a lot for the future, but hopefully the proper representation of those with disabilities is part of the roadmap.
Just a month ago, developer Maxis revealed it would add a new freelancing career and outfits as part of a free update that later came April 16.