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The Sims 4 Get Famous: Interesting Facts from the Acting & CAS Livestream

The Sims Team held their first ever official livestream for The Sims 4 Get Famous Expansion Pack! Check out some of the interesting facts about Acting and CAS that they’ve mentioned during the stream:

  • There’s a variety of new items in Create A Sim that can be unlocked only through the Acting Career.
  • There’s a special new shiny outfit that you unlcok when reaching Level 10 Acting Skill.
  • There are a lot of different outfit themes featured in CAS that go through different centuries and eras.
  • There are 4 different talent agencies that actors can choose with different ones being unlocked at specific levels of your acting career.
  • Talent agencies can call your Sim to let them know about specific auditions.
  • You can do Drama Performances that will help you level up your Acting Career and also allow your Sim to earn Simoleons through tips.
  • Your Actor Sims will have a specific set of Prep Tasks such as working on specific skills, practicing drama scenes and researching specific emotional states that your Sims will have to get into.
  • Sims will get a prompt screen when it’s time for them to perform their gigs. You’ll be able to select to join your Sim and control their acting gig adventure or you can send them alone without your direct input during their shift.
  • The more prep tasks such as getting into hair makeup and practicing your acting and lines you do the more Simoleons and fame you earn at the end of your acting shift.
  • Sims can make posts to their “Simstagram Story”.
  • Sims can only do acting in the acting career and won’t be able to become directors or other NPCs that are featured at the studio venue.
  • You’ll be able to change the background green screen to specific themes. You’ll also be able to change special visual effects on the change such as rose petals falling from the sky.
  • As soon as you start performing your gig on the scene you’ll be given a specific list of tasks that you need to perform on the sage in order to successfully complete your gig performance.
  • After ending your acting gig shift you’re able to choose whether you want your Sim to stay at the studio lot or go home.
  • All of the objects that you get at the studio lot for performances, stage decoration and so on are available in Build Mode and can be placed down on your residental lot.
  • There are a lot of different themed rooms that revolve around specific scenes that are also featured on specific acting gig stages.
  • Themed Room Sets are very big and are recommended to be placed on bigger lot sizes.
  • There are specific stage marks made only for buildable lot types that allow you to do all interactions that you would normally be able to do during your acting gig such as sword fighting, attacking Sims with a SimRay, Risky Dancing and so on.
  • Pregnant Sims are able to act and do their acting gigs.
  • Sims are able to use the Hair and Makeup Station to change their hairstyles and makeup. They’ll go through 3 different styles as they perform the interaction and you’ll be able to keep that specific style by just clicking on your Sim and selecting “Keep Style”.
  • You can change other Sims’ entire appearance by selecting the Hair and Makeup station which will take that specific Sim you’ve chosen to Create A Sim.
  • There are 2 different studios: one is for commercials and low budget gigs while the second studio is for primetime television and movies.
  • You can choose to immediately go into a costume by selecting the Costume stand object.
  • There’s an acting mark that you can place down on the ground where your Sims will be able to perform an unique death scene.
  • There’s a specific visual effect that makes Spaghetti and Meatballs fall from the sky.

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Jovan Jovic

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