‘The Sims 4’ New Content Releasing Next Week, Pick Up The ‘Vintage Glamour Stuff’ Pack On Tuesday

Bringing a little glam and glitter to the lives of Sims is the aim of the ninth stuff pack for The Sims 4. The “Vintage Glamour Stuff” pack includes new items, decorations, and fashion themed around the golden age of Hollywood. Sims can interact with a few new items exclusive to the pack, and it also introduces the butler to The Sims 4 for the first time.

“Vintage Glamour Stuff” features a new vanity table and the Vista Globe Bar that Sims can use to start their glitzy evening and wrap it up with a nightcap. Alongside these new usable objects, players that purchase the new stuff pack will also find new furniture, classic clothes, and decorations. As noted on the game’s official site, the new pack will release on December 6 for $9.99 like other stuff packs for The Sims 4.

Open up the globe for some refreshment [Image by Electronic Arts]

The two usable items, the vanity and the Vista Globe Bar, are unique items that both adult and child Sims can use. The vanity gives Sims a perfect area to apply makeup, an interaction special to the pack. The Vista Globe Bar is a decorative globe that can be rotated while also hiding away drinks inside. In addition to the vanity and globe, the “Vintage Glamour Stuff” pack also includes other furniture. Pieces include, but are not limited to, a new couch, armoire, fireplace, chandelier, and full-sized bed. New drapes, a starburst clock, a lamp, and a serving cart are also included content.

“With the new vanity table, your Sim can now take their time touching-up their make-up and looking their very best, without going in to Create a Sim! Children can also play at the vanity table, with slightly messier results. And when they’re done getting ready, they can go ahead and grab a drink from their classy new 16th Century Monte Vista Globe Bar.”

Of course, the most notable addition of the “Vintage Glamour Stuff” pack is the butler. Purchasers of the stuff pack will have the ability to hire a butler to tend to Sims’ every need. If the computer breaks, just have a Sim ring for the butler to repair it. Hungry Sims can call the butler for a midnight snack and, of course, Sims can request that the butler tidy up their homes. Sims will need to treat their butlers nicely, though. Being too rude to a butler could result in sabotaged items around the house.

The latest stuff pack joins eight other stuff packs currently available for The Sims 4. With three game packs and three expansions also offered, players have no shortage of ways to customize their life simulator. Stuff packs add objects, decorations, and clothes without adding too many game-changing features. Game packs add a little more content with more items and a new way to play the game like the ability to own a restaurant or visit a vacation destination. Finally, expansion packs include the most amount of objects and items while usually introducing a new world or major mechanic like active jobs or clubs.

The latest expansion “City Living” added a new urban world to the game where Sims can move into apartments. New items, clothing, accessories, furniture, and much more are included in “City Living.” Not to mention, Lot Traits were also introduced as part of the free update that accompanied the expansion’s release as reported by the Inquisitr.

Sims with a butler need only ring a bell to summon aid [Image by Electronic Arts]

In addition to a number of downloadable content packs, The Sims 4 regularly patches with fixes, changes, and occasionally new content. Just two weeks ago, the title updated with a number of fixes, improvements, and changes. Several issues specific to “City Living” are addressed like Sims endlessly eating at festivals, losing relationship gains with roommates, and more. For the latest updates, check out the Electronic Arts help page for the most recent patch notes for The Sims 4.

[Featured Image by Electronic Arts]

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