crocobaura wrote: »
That is something I'd like to know too. Would be nice to be able to grow them too, not just have them as decorations.
MichelleW wrote: »
I know it is probably unlikely, but I wonder if we are getting another free basegame world like newcrest, except southwest themed. It would be nice to have somewhere else that is warm nearly year round. I get sick of snow.
Chicklet453681 wrote: »
Personally I just assumed because that seems to be the in-style trend right now, boho and minimalist vibes. I didn't take any of it as a hint towards something coming. Look at any trending modern interior design styles and you'll find a bunch of wall art with succulents and cactus, tropical leaves, etc. Especially the line-art kind or flat art.
Simmingal wrote: »
Actually theres quite many themes they might be thinking of doing desert for
i mean :
driving cars etc desert= epic
showtime desert = continuation of del sol + common theme
horses desert = wild west baby
gambling in desert = tell me bout it
hotels in desert =another common theme
that all PLUS the fact that last few worlds we have had were woodsy lawn worlds and maybe its time to have something else
although if we are to consider it hint for this road map only for obvious reasons its probably build kit related
CopperBolt wrote: »
1. An update of the townies in Oasis Springs. I would be very shocked if we didn't get the Calientes and the Landgraabs fixed.
2. A kit that has to do with desert style.
favriel wrote: »
Most build kits are based on sims freeplay updates, here you can see some examples:
A few months ago there was a mexican update, with cactuses among new items. So hacienda decor is most likely the theme of the next kit.
simgirl1010 wrote: »
The OP used the word correctly.Cacti is the Latin plural of cactus, and for English speakers is a more popular usage. Cactuses is the English plural, and is also completely acceptable to use. Dictionaries list both as a correct form, leaving it up to the user which they prefer.https://grammarist.com/usage/cacti-cactuses/