The Sims 4 Cottage Living Expansion Pack officially brings farming to the game, something players have been asking for since The Sims 4 debuted in 2014. Check out the Cottage Living trailer above and read on for more details. .
Cottage Living will allow your Sim to experience farm life, from growing your own produce like pumpkins, eggplants and watermelons, to caring for your own livestock like cows, chickens and, uh, chickens. llamas. There are also bunnies and foxes everywhere, so be sure to keep your adorable bunnies safe. And it looks like these new animals will all be considered a Sim’s pet, as the trailer shows both rabbits and chickens wearing sweaters. I am not crying, I have allergies.
The Sims 4 Cottage Living expansion introduces the new world of Henford-on-Bagley, a quaint English-style village with stone-built pubs (go to The Gnome’s Arms for a cheeky pint), village squares and a river that crosses it. There’s even a water point, for Sims who feel like taking a quick dip. And if you’re looking to become the city’s most famous fruit and veg grower, you can enter your oversized crops and award-winning family cow at the Finchwick Fair for the chance to get a Blue Ribbon of Excellence.
Just three days ago The Sims 4 teased an English campaign expansion pack, and the community went wild that the game would finally go farming. Of first reactions on Twitter, community members are excited for The Sims 4 to add farming mechanics and adorable farm animals, as well as smaller additions like the ability for kids to cook (well they can earn a living) , ponds and a wider range to build / buy items.
EA details what to expect in the Cottage Living expansion even more in a press release. You will be able to get fresh milk and eggs from your cows and chickens, and wool from your llama that will tie up nicely if you have the Knifty Knitting Item Kit. And just like a Disney princess, you can gain the trust of wild rabbits and birds that will help you garden or leave little gifts for you. The only gift the animals in my yard leave me is poo, so this will be a welcome respite. Oh and beware, foxes can steal your eggs, so keep an eye out for these dastardly mammals.
As the trailer says, you’ll be able to “feed your soul and your chickens” when The Sims 4 Cottage Living Expansion Pack releases on July 22. The pack will be available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, and PS5 for $ 39.99 / £ 34.99.
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