Via Kenneth Toney
For this project my main responsibility was to create prototype items such as hair styles, clothes, and accessories. The images you see below are all prototypes. For Sims 4 the art budget was quite low so we had no normal mapping or specular mapping. We had to paint in all the shadows and highlights into the diffuse maps. It ended up looking quite nice and created a new look for the game.
The Sims 4 Get To Work will release with a brand new neighborhood called “Magnolia Promenade”. Additionally, the game will also expand on current neighborhoods by adding new environments within them.
From The Sim Scraper: Rather than taking your Sims to a new world, The Sims 4 Get to Work integrates new environments into the existing worlds in The Sims 4. The Sims 4 Get to Work also includes an entirely new neighborhood, Magnolia Promenade, which is made up of four new lots, three of which are retail. You can create retail lots in the existing neighborhoods or move existing venues into the new neighborhood. It’s all up to you! You can even live right next door to your retail store.
Q: With the introduction of Hospitals we see Illnesses make a return, Can our Sims catch these diseases?
A: Sims don’t have to be working in the Doctor career to see illness symptoms. Any Sim can catch an illness; mainly, this is done through physical interactions with other Sims. You will be able to see if your Sim is ill by different buffs they get and by how they look in the game.
Q: Sims can now Deliver Babies, Does this mean Sims around Town will Start having children?
A: As Sims progress through the Doctor career, they will unlock the ability to see pregnant patients and deliver their babies. The Hospital does spawn NPC pregnant Sims as well, so you’ll see them walking around in the game. As a player, if your Sim is pregnant and ready to give birth, you’ll need to select the interaction to give birth at the Hospital.
Via The Sims Poland
Via Sebastian Hyde