I watched the University trailer, and I was very puzzled when I saw people wearing robotic arms. I thought did the sims 4 just hint at the addition of prosthetic arms, therefore sims missing limbs??? Or even other types of disabled sims? Soon after, this idea was thrown in the bin: apparently your sims will be able to create robots, dismantle them and even wear their inventions if they are part of the robotics club. However, the question remains...do you think Sims 4 or any future iteration of the franchise will ever introduce the concept of disabled sims? From physical defects like missing a limb to mental disorders like autism? Or is that too "intense" for the younger audience? I personally think it's not because a lot of children suffer from mental and physical disorders and the game should represent that aspect of life too and raise awareness.