ThatPlumbobRob wrote: »
It would make for a cool post apocolyptic storyline
j1z1 wrote: »
This means Happy Haunts WILL be an EP and not an SP, though, right? 'Cause that would be great news.
M1ss_Plumbum wrote: »
Check out the full description on the Sims 4 website.
This might be one of those packs that actually have better game play than trailer shows.
elanorbreton wrote: »
Did anyone notice that the guy has what looks like big lobe earrings?
I have to say I don't like them irl, they make my feel queasy.
simmer_jay wrote: »
I just.. I reeeeeally wish those worms were something else... anything else.
chons95 wrote: »
I don't want to speculate much because I don't want to get my hopes up BUT this could be cool if there is a bad extreme, like the ability to really f*** up the world. Businesses shutting down, NPCs leaving their homes because they can't live there anymore, not being able to put a new household there only the original one that got like a polluted trait which would also take effect in a polluted free world in which they don't feel comfortable or can't do many physical activities because the air is too fresh. There should be like an economic incentive to go either way, being no eco friendly could bring more industries to the world (eventually shutting down as I said because people can't live there) and starting to be eco friendly should be hard but when you get to the other side other things may get better other than the quality of living there.
I don't think this will happen but it would be cool to see a difference not just in the environment but in population and all that. It could also incentivise to play with different generations, one starts with keeping things kind of neutral, the next one get greedy and all goes to s*** and the one after that tries to take it all back, on whatever order.