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The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

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The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

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The Sims 4 Island Living has added several new lot traits for players to truly customise the way their Sims live on the beautiful island of Sulani. As an added bonus, The Sims Team has even made a couple of these new traits available to all players for free in the base game!

The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

Oceanic ParadiseThis lot has an abundance of ocean life. Swimming in the ocean is an inspiring endeavor and dolphins and rare fish are easily found here.

Note: This lot trait cannot be removed from or added to lots. It is a fixed trait on certain lots in Sulani, much like the Historical lot trait on certain apartments in the City Living expansion.


The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

Clothing OptionalThis lot embraces an open, natural lifestyle empowering visitors to shed strict material conventions and prudish societal moors… also their clothes.

Note: This lot trait cannot be applied to residential lots or Vet Clinics (if the player owns the Cats & Dogs expansion). This lot trait is a free addition to the base game!


The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

Island SpiritsAncient Island spirits inhabit this lot, visiting frequently. How will Sims choose to interact with them?


The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

Off-the-GridThis lot isn’t connected to electricity or plumbing (meaning no utility bills either). Talk about natural living!

Note: This lot trait is a free addition to the base game!


The Sims 4 Island Living: Lot Traits

Volcanic ActivityThis lot is near an active volcano! Beware of earthquakes, steam vents, and occasional lava bombs.


Which lot trait are you most excited to play with? Let us know in the comments or come chat with us on social media!

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