Atreya33 wrote: »
Thanks for the warning. I am still not over the disaster high school years patch and especially how origin forced some players to update by making it possible to play offline. I will not update right away, that is if origin allows me play offline like we used to before the high school patch.
If there is one thing that I learned last month, it is that patches are no longer a fun thing to look forward to but something to dread and avoid if you can. I have little hope for the promised fixes. Just look at how long the rocket bug took to get fixed. And the reverting plant bug has been toned down but is still not completely gone despite the many claims. And even if they would fix the most important issues, I will still be stuck with wants and fears (I just want whims/wishes without fears), body hair appearing on random female townies, distorted age lengths (teens in sims are now too long compared to children and toddlers) and gender preferences. This does not mean I am against same sex relationships, it just means I prefer the old system where gender preference was implied instead of actual boxes to tick. I always admired that until the last update in the sims world gender did not matter and any sim could develop feelings for any sim. I don't like sims turning each other down because they are the 'wrong' gender.
If only this update could undo the last one. That is what I really want.
Sorak4 wrote: »
With a hand of script mods I shall go put this boat in the water, and see if it sinks. Here's hoping it'll go well.
StrivingNeutral2 wrote: »
Has anyone updated? I've logged on and there's no update available on Origin.
GoddessByline wrote: »
About time! I'm now so into my Sims3 game though, so I'm not sure I'm ready to come back to Sims4. I will let others test the new patch and see what fresh hell it brings to our games.