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The Sims 4 is Also Skipping Family Trees Feature
Previously, we came to know that pools and toddlers will not be included in the upcoming life simulator The Sims 4 and now it has been revealed that Family Trees will not be a part of the upcoming title as well.
This information was given by German website SimTimes on their twitter account, where they wrote:
@SimsVIP We had a presentation today. The answer for this question from @SimGuruLyndsay: no family trees.
— SimTimes Team (@SimTimes) August 14, 2014
The family tree was a handy feature of the game, as it allowed you to keep track of the generations and relationships between the Sim families.
The Sims 4 will have relationships, but you will not be able to keep track of the whole generation by just looking at one chart which is quite disappointing for the long time series fans.
However, a lot of great stuff is headed to the upcoming title including an incredible Create-A-Sim mode which allows you to change every single feature of your Sim.
Furthermore, a new Build Mode is added to the game to make your experience rather easier as it auto builds most of the stuff that you try to create in the game.
One of the biggest additions to The Sims 4 is the inclusion of emotions which will make the experience more lifelike in the upcoming title.
The Sims 4 is set to hit the shelves on 2nd of September for PC.