High School Years

Are Curved Walls coming to The Sims 4?


Please note this is Pure Speculation as of now. But at least we have an image!

Well this has been the weirdest leak I’ve seen yet.

Someone made a Twitter account to post just one image. An image of nothing more, nothing less but of Curved Walls. And all apparently in The Sims 4:

Are Curved Walls coming to The Sims 4?

Twitter user throwmeaway doesn’t have any posts or images other than this Tweet. We are very suspicious, but also intrigued at the same time.

The terrain in the leaked Screenshot is resembling the terrain from the upcoming world of The Sims 4 High School Years.

Are Curved Walls coming to The Sims 4?

But how did this image got out? Is it really true that Curved Walls are coming to The Sims 4 or did someone manage to professionally play on this image and tease the community?

Do you believe that Curved Walls image is real?

Our reader Devavardhan thinks The Sims Team already teased this feature with “Customizable Halls and Walls”:


The Sims Team did say they have things to talk about in their upcoming Livestream on July 15th about upcoming Updates to The Sims 4 Base Game:

Teen years and high school are the launching points for self-discovery. Creating even more ways for Sims to explore their identities, a free base game update will go live alongside the release of High School Years, introducing an additional new feature that will add more choice and opportunity for discovery to your Sims’ lives. 

The free base game update will also introduce body hair. For those with the High School Years Expansion Pack, Sims will be able to groom and trim their body hair’s natural growth over time, celebrating that transition through puberty.

You can learn more about the new base game updates coming to The Sims 4 on Friday, July 15, 2022 at 11am PDT

Emphasis on the plural of “Updates”.

I’m not sure about this one yet. But also wouldn’t be surprised if it’s real at this point.

Let us know what you think in the Convo below!

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