The Sims 4 Kits

Sims 4 Pastel Pop and Everyday Clutter Kits are coming Nov 10th!

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The Sims Team has finally announced the upcoming two Kits for The Sims 4. With Pastel Pop being done in close collaboration with content creator Plumbella!

Yesterday we reported on the two new Kits coming to The Sims 4 – Pastel Pop and Everyday Clutter! These two Sims 4 Kits are both Build Kits, adding a new set of objects each to the game’s Build Mode.

Today The Sims Team has confirmed the release of these two Kits. With a release date being November 10th, 2022 for PC & Consoles.

Collaboration with Plumbella

The team revealed that The Sims 4 Pastel Pop Kit has been done in close collaboration with Youtuber and content creator Plumbella:

Jesse McNamara, widely known as Plumbella excels when it comes to exploring the endless possibilities within The Sims™. Whether they are redesigning an entire world or creating hilarious and in-depth reviews – Plumbella has built a loyal community of Simmers who revel in watching them delve into every chaotic facet The Sims has to offer.

For the upcoming kit, The Sims 4 Pastel Pop, we’ve collaborated with Plumbella who advised our developers and art directors throughout the project. They suggested the theme as well as items that would fit nicely into the kit’s overall aesthetic.

The new Pastel Pop Kit introduces a soft pastel color palette to the game, along with fun, unique patterns of groovy shapes. This kit will offer lots of new furniture, mirrors, decorative “tchotchkes”, shelves, and desk items, designed in an aesthetic Plumbella wishes they could decorate their home with, IRL!

Sims 4 Pastel Pop Kit - Alternate Cover

The Sims 4 Everyday Clutter Kit is also coming November 10th, with an entire focus on decorative clutter objects.

The Sims 4 Everyday Clutter Kit - Alternate Cover

For more information about what’s included in both Sims 4 Kits, check out this article!

We’ll keep you posted on all the objects and swatches available shortly after the release of these two Kits. Stay tuned on Sims Community!

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