So, these cows are just chilling on a farm in The Sims 4

We know the next Sims 4 expansion pack won't include farming, but who knows what might happen in future.

There’s a wonderful camera mode in The Sims 4 that allows you to get a whole new perspective on things. Hitting tab on your keyboard, lets you zoom out and see all the worlds in The Sims from a whole new angle.

The Sims 4 camera tab mode even lets you discover things like the fact that the worlds are actually round.

If you have not had a look around this way, we encourage you to do so, not just for the views, but because you might spot interesting things like cows just chilling in Brindleton Bay.

Now, before you get too excited about this, we already know that the new Sims 4 expansion pack, which will be announced next week, will not relate to farming (or involve free babies, bunk beds or cars).

But that does not mean the game won’t have farming added in the future. It’s something many players have put high on their wishlist, so everyone remains hopeful that The Sims 4: Farm Living or something similar might eventually be a thing.

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We also know that The Sims 4 team love to hint at future content. Farmlands are quite a common background ambience in the game. There are farm-looking things all around Britechester, for example.

Finding cows on a farm in The Sims 4

If you want to find the cows and their farm yourself, head over to Brindleton Bay and enter the Pupperstone Park lot. Make sure you have “View Distance High” ticked and have a little look around by moooving the camera. Not sorry.

Sims 4 Cows Farming Brindleton Bay 2

It’s quite a nice view, actually. While you’re there, check out the farmy looking hay bales next to where the cows are hanging out.

Sims 4 Farms Brindleton Bay

Obviously, don’t get your hopes up. And definitely don’t say we are speculating. We’re just enjoying the moooooving view. The cows have been around in the Bay since the pack released, by the way.

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Antoinette Muller
Antoinette is a recovering journalist. She's a multi-award winner and thinks it's strange writing about herself in the third person, unless she's playing as herself in The Sims.