The developer, Electronic Arts is constantly silent about the release of ‘The Sims 5.’ But it recently revealed that ‘The Sims 4’ is incessantly getting development at the house of the publisher because reports earlier already talked about the files for a potential Pets-themed DLC (downloadable content).

The Sims 4
Photo Credit: Facebook/The Sims

Moddler TwistedMexi has finally shared some interesting information with the video game aficionados regarding the Pets found in ‘The Sims 4’ game files. According to the Sims Community, the Pets such as Cats and Dogs will be able to walk on the objects like beds, counters, tables, fridge and bars.

The site has also given a small excerpt from the code of everyone’s lovable ‘The Sims 4.’ The code only mentions cats and dogs. If Electronic Arts releases more code about Pets then we will have more evidence that this Park will mainly focus on Cats and Dogs.

On the other hand, we cannot see the utterance of Horses in the animation codes except Cats and Dogs. Electronic Arts presented Horses in the PC version of ‘The Sims 3: Pets.’ Hence, plenty of avid gamers expected Horses to appear in the fourth installment of ‘The Sims’ franchise. Whereas a group of gaming enthusiasts also believe that the code might have been released incomplete and horse-related files would be inserted later.

The Sims 4
Photo Credit: Facebook/The Sims

The Christian Post reports that the life stage of toddler added with vampires have already been added by the developers The Sims Studio and Maxis. Hence, it is expected that the Pets will be coming in future. However, a bad news is that the fate of ‘The Sims 5’ depends on the market outcome of the fourth version and its unsatisfactory result will be the cause of fifth version’s cancellation.

Electronic Arts is presently working on the eco living-themed stuff pack. The concept was highly preferred by avid gamers in the previous month. Stay tuned with us to get latest updates on the video games.


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