Posted February 16, 2020 11:20:47 A new update has been released for The Sims 4, introducing a number of gameplay changes and making some minor changes to existing game content.

Here’s a quick recap of what’s new:New features:Sims can now move between different levels of their homes.

They can also be relocated to different floors of the same home.

Sims will no longer be unable to travel to a friend’s house.

Sim’s home is no longer destroyed when they move to a different floor.

Sim can now create a new Sim at any time by placing an object in their inventory.

The object must be in the same room as the existing Sim, but not in a different room.

The Sim must be able to pick up the object and place it into the room they want to move to.

If the Sim is already in a room they can interact with with, they will no more be able interact with the objects they’re holding, except in the event of death or damage.

This can be used to create new objects for the Sim to use.

New items can be placed in the world, but they will not appear in the Sim’s inventory until they are picked up and placed.

Items like mirrors and vases will now have a chance to drop a new item instead of a new object.

They will only appear if the item is currently in the inventory.

Items will now be stored in the player’s inventory.

This means that players will have access to items that are not currently in their household.

If they’re not in the household, they can’t open or use the item.

If a Sim is in a bedroom, the Sim will no further be able access items stored in their bedroom.

When a Sim places an object into the world and moves to another floor, the object will no less remain there.

If the Sim moves to a new floor, their previous floor will be moved as well.

The Sims 4 will no doubt be a long way off from a “Sim is gone” moment.

The game has always been one of the most popular sim games on the PC, and I expect that there will be plenty of Sim fans who are eagerly awaiting the update.