Sims 4 rise and shine: Latest updates

by Narendra

Sims 4 rise and shine: A new post on The Sims’s Twitter page hints that a new roadmap for the game will be coming soon.

This roadmap will show what DLC will be coming out from July to September. As the walls slowly fill up with new DLC information, an animation shows a part of the “Rise & Shine” theme.

In the post, they talk about a new build Kit, a new style Kit, an update to the base game, and a new expansion pack. Some of the things on the wall, like a graduation cap, vases with plants in them, and a trans flag, could be hints about what the DLC is about.

Sims 4 rise and shine

The Sims 4 team has hinted at a new plan for the game’s updates over the next three months. Even though there has been a lot of DLC for The Sims 4 in the past year, there hasn’t been a real Expansion Pack for the popular simulation game since July 2021, when The Sims 4: Cottage Living came out. Over the next few months, it looks like players could be getting a lot of new content, including a new Expansion Pack.

Sims 4 rise and shine: What expecting

The Sims Team just announced a new Season for The Sims 4, not long after the last one was based on the Night time.

This one is called “Rise & Shine,” and it shows the following things that are coming up:

The Sims 4 High School Expansion Pack is based on high school.
Style Kit for Sims 4
The Build Kit for Sims 4
Changes to the Sims 4 base game

Sims 4 rise and shine leak as previous

A leak from earlier this year suggested that the next Sims 4 Expansion Pack would be called High School. This seems to be confirmed by the graduation cap and two pencils under it, as well as the stylized S that is often drawn on a piece of paper in school.

The focus on plants suggests that the build Kit will have a botanical theme, but this has been done before in Kit Blooming Rooms, and it’s not clear what new direction the Kit will take plants in. The trans flag might be a reference to the ongoing update to the game’s pronouns, which hasn’t been done for languages other than English yet.