When Sim Gurus bless the community with livestreams of incoming content, they often do so from game accounts that are still in development. As a result, while the Gurus may mean to show a certain set of features, they may accidentally give sharp-eyed players a glimpse into what is to come.
March 23rd’s stream briefly covered much of what players expected: bunkbeds that players can assemble and disassemble arrived, traits have been fine-tuned to have more of an impact on gameplay, marriage wall art transformed from a portrait of an old medieval-looking couple into contemporary depictions of multiracial same-sex couples, and ethnic hairs and skin textures received a much needed reboot.
However, eagle-eyed players quickly noticed a few features that appear to be in development— including such features as “auto-sofa.”
Dedicated kitchen builders may well recognize the amazing “auto-counters” tool, which allows counters to snap together in varying, kitchen-island shapes with little to no fuss. Twitter user @ThisIsCoen noticed an “auto-sofa” button during the stream. This suggests that, in the near future, Sims 4 players may be able to snap sofa pieces together to make large sectionals ot wrap-around sofas.
If this were not enough @goldkaeferli, another Twitter user, noticed an “auto-bunkbeds” toggle button, suggesting that, perhaps, Sims 4 players will soon be able to build their own bunkbeds.
And even THIS was not all! Users noticed too that the developer Create-a-Sim experience was also slightly different. Guru Sims enjoyed a fifth trait slot and new hair colors!
Simmers quickly speculated that the fifth slot may be for traits a given Sim was born with. This was an option in a recent official Sims 4 survey.
What do you guys think is on the Simming horizon?