The Sims 4 Parenthood Game Pack is packed with new gameplay! With so many things to try out you may miss out some of these important features that come with the pack:
1) Set the table!
Although it doesn’t bring anything new except nice aesthetics and manner character value points for children / teens if they set them up, it’s still a perfect way to gather your entire family and have a nice conversation over breakfast, lunch or dinner.
2) Sibling Rivalries
Sibling rivalries really come to life in The Sims 4 Parenthood. There are a dozen of new “Mean” interactions your children and teens can perform to each other, and some of them are quite hilarious such as the “Trick into Believing We’re All in a Simulation” interaction.
Teens, Adults and Elders can help out the less fortunate by volunteering! Simply click the phone and under the travel tab select “Volunteer”. There are 5 activities that you can participate in:
- Volunteer at a Bake Sale
- Volunteer at a Beach Cleanup
- Volunteer at a Nursing Home
- Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen
- Walk to Fight Disease
Although you won’t actually be able to see what your Sim is doing at least you’ll have some control over the outcome with chance cards. Teen Sims will have the opportunity to earn character values depending on chance card choices.
4) School Projects
Nothing better than helping raise your grades up and earn character values at the same time! There are 7 school projects that you can build – some bring fun new animations while some are just fun to look at.
5) The Journal
Who knew such a small object could bring that much gameplay? You can use the journal to relieve off your emotions (or bring them back) and those sneaky siblings can even use it when you’re not looking to snoop through it. You can be careful and hide it some place safe, like under your bed.