The Sims 4 is going to hit the stores today and it is going to receive a day one patch to fix number of issues that could ruin the players’ experience with the game.
Two main issues that could have caused a mess in the game have been fixed with this patch, which include both of the game’s main modes – Create A Sim mode and Build mode.
Fixed a crash in Build Mode by preventing the game from thinking fences were rooms.
Fixed a crash in Create A Sim that could occur after the you lock and unlock your computer.
In addition to these severe issues, some additional fixes have been made as well so that the players will have a smooth ride once they start their life in the game’s universe.
The day one patch sure is annoying for the players, but it is better to fix the game before hand rather than after few days of release because that really would have been annoying for the series’ fans.
The Sims 4 is going to bring new life to the series based on emotions for the sims for the first time, and they will affect the overall gameplay depending on what is going on in their lives.
The Sims 4 launches today for North American Regions, Sept. 4 in Australia and Europe (except UK), while the fans in UK will get the game on September 5th.
For more information on the game and this latest patch, head over to EA’s website.
By Hammad Toufeeq
Hammad is one of our regular news writers. He is fan of Stealth and Open world genre, and enjoys FPS multiplayer from time to time.