Some features of Sims 4 pool update and new career update

Features of the pool update:

  • You will be able to drown your Sims in the pools you create for them. Note that this adds another method of virtual murder (or death, depending on how you look at it) to the ten that The Sims 4 started out with.

"Death by drowning" means that if a Sim dies because he or she drowned in a pool, they may come back as a new type of ghost with a special taste for water.
  • In addition to exercising, playing around, and calming down by using the swimming pools, Sims will also be able to pee in them. This is a great opportunity for mischief-making. The other Sims in the water might get a teensy bit upset, though.
  • Sims will also be able to sit on the side of a pool—something they weren't able to do in previous games in the series.

  • Swimming pools aren't just a subterranean fixture anymore. EA says that players will now be able to build pools on any floor of a house or public building they're creating or modifying. That means you can create "a multi-pool mansion with pools on every floor" if you feel like it. You can also "place windows on the walls of pools to create an infinity-pool aquatic escape for your Sims," EA wrote in today's announcement. "And we've also added the ability to adjust the depth of your pools by adjusting wall heights."
  • As with other parts of the new and improved build mode, you have more flexibility in terms of creating different angles and curves on the edges of your architectural creations. That means "diagonal pools" alongside the snazzy new rooftop ones. 
  • Since EA explained the (very controversial) absence of swimming pools at launch time by saying adding them was technically challenging, and prohibitively so, you might be wondering if their addition today means that we'll all be able to start building other types of features like, say, basements. Don't get your hopes up just yet. EA wouldn't say much about possible future additions, but a representative did simply note in an email: "We don't have basements in The Sims 4."

  • Sims are also getting a new line of swimwear to go along with the new pools.
For career updates there will be two new career paths added to the game: "Business" and "Athletic." As with the current career options, both of this come with two different branches that Sims can pursue—"management" and "investor" for the business one, and "bodybuilder" or "professional athlete for the athletic one.This features are confirmed at Kotaku

Sanjana Sims

I've been addicted to The Sims series games since the release of Sims 1.My all time favorite is Sims 3 though currently enjoying Sims 4.Besides playing the Sims 4 I love to create custom contents for it,in fact creating custom content for Sims 4 has become my new addiction.

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