If you are hankering for some new Sims 4 DLC, you won’t have to hanker much longer. The Sims 4 will release two new Kits – Little Campers Kit and Moonlight Chic Kit – on 26 May 2022.
Sims 4 Kits have had a mixed response since they were first released, but that has not slowed down their release. Players already knew that two more of these bite-sized pieces of content were due to be released, but the themes were only revealed this week.
On Twitter, The Sims team described the upcoming DLC as follows:
Build your backyard for a night of creative family fun 🏕 With DIY toys, blanket-forts, & even an outdoor projector made out of a bedsheet 😱, your kiddos can enjoy a cozy night at home with their friends in the #LitteCampersKit 🌚
Inspired by the Parisian creator, Paola Locatelli, swoon over sophisticated sets 😍 flowing shirts 👕 & a slinky dress💃 that can help your Sim find that spark with fashions built to last – even if the romance doesn’t 😏 – in the #MoonlightChicKit 🌝
Only a few screenshots of the upcoming Kits were released along with the announcement, but they all added to the speculation that the new Game Pack could add Werewolves to The Sims 4.
When the roadmap for upcoming content was released, a few hints suggested that The Sims 4 could get a taste of the wild side by adding Werewolves to the game.
A teaser screen simply said: Stay up – step into the moonlight and explore who you are after dark.
Dancing in the Moonlight might have been a hit pop song, but we’re not seeing a left-field collab with Toploader coming to The Sims 4 as a surprise.
Werewolves have been part of The Sims franchise since the original release, and with The Sims 4 now heading for its eighth year, this occult has been high on the wish list for many players.
Whether a Werewolves-filled Game Pack will finally bring body hair to The Sims 4 base game…. well, that’s another matter entirely.
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