The expansion pack we’ve all been waiting for has finally been announced, The Sims 4 Cottage Living is about to add some interesting countryside features to your world.
If you’ve always wanted to milk a cow in The Sims 4, you’re finally in luck. New animals, activities, and more will be included in the latest Sims 4 expansion. Get ready for an abundance of ways to embrace the village lifestyle.
Check out the brand new trailer for the upcoming Expansion Pack below!
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The Sims 4 – Cottage Living Expansion Pack
On June 10th, EA and Maxis revealed the next expansion for The Sims 4, titled ‘Cottage Living’. The pack will include a brand new town called Henford-on-Bagley, and will give your sims a change of pace compared to the busy hustle and bustle city life they’ve become accustomed to.
Sims will now be able to enjoy life in a cozy village whilst growing their own produce, raising farmyard animals, and experiencing new ways to connect with nature.
Get ready to explore the countryside, build your own charming cottage, and live out the fantasy you’ve always dreamed of in Henford-on-Bagley. But be ready for some work too, in Cottage Living your sims will be able to grow their own fruits and vegetables and forage for ingredients in the wild. If you don’t like the sound of that, you can always just pop down to the local village market for the easy way out!
The Sims 4 Cottage Living will be available for $39.99.
The Sims 4 Cottage Living Expansion Pack will launch on July 22nd, 2021, for PC, Steam, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One systems.
New Animals & Activities
There will be plenty for your sims to do in the new Cottage Living Expansion Pack, including raising animals and even going to the pub! Check out all of the new animals and activities available below:
- Cows (can be milked)
- Chicken (can get eggs)
- Llama (can get wool)
- Wild Rabbits and Birds can bring gifts
- Wild Foxes Swipe Eggs
- Pub – The Gnome’s Arms
- Forest Exploration
- Village Fair for Oversized crops and prized cows or chickens
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