The Sims 4 Has Set Up A Team To Work On Bug Fixes

The Sims 4 has been working on creating a team that will deal with solving technical issues, glitches, and bugs.

EA took to X (Twitter) to announce that The Sims 4 has “assembled a team to invest in the core game experience.” Judging by the intensity of statements that were mentioned via the ‘Laundry List‘ news article, The Sims 4 might soon be released from the clutches of technical issues and unnecessary glitches.

The tweet continued “This newly formed and focused team means we’ll be able to increase both the number of fixes and the frequency with which we ship these batched updates.” Moreover, according to this announcement, the first release is scheduled for the next patch later this month, and the others will be released roughly every two months.

The Sims 4 newly formed Team will “Continue Making Core Improvements” along with Bug Fixes and Patches

The Sims 4 Newly Formed Team Will Work On Bug Fixes And Patches
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The Sims 4, which is the fourth major title in The Sims series, is no stranger to technical glitches and persistent bugs. Additionally, the players have brought this up on multiple occasions and still aren’t able to put an end to the list of issues they encounter. After nearly 10 years since its release, EA has finally come up with a solution for this recurring situation.

As mentioned earlier, the newly appointed team will seemingly be able to “increase both the number of fixes we can address and how often we ship these batched updates.” According to the statement released via the ‘Laundry List’ article, the developer’s team also said “Our goal is to fix more reported concerns, both big and small, over the next six months and beyond to check off more boxes on our Laundry List. This is our first release, with others following roughly every two months. Keep an eye out for future Laundry List announcements for the latest rundown of fixes.

Apart from delivering the news about the team and patches that they are going to release, EA urged players to address their concerns and report issues via Answers HQ, and went on to say that “any and all details are helpful, especially those surrounding where the issue was encountered so we can reproduce it as a part of our investigation.

Although fans were surprised and somewhat content with this news, most of The Sims 4 players have been dissecting each part of the announcement, while some of them have been wondering if this sudden change is going to affect the release of The Sims 5 or Project Rene.

The Sims team concluded the message they released via X (Twitter) by saying “Thank you for continuing to play and invest in The Sims 4. Our team is more dedicated than ever to developing great The Sims 4 gameplay experiences into the foreseeable future, and we appreciate your support as these critical improvements roll out.

Even though the developer’s team seems pretty confident about this announcement, only time will tell whether this change will bring positive improvements or if The Sims 4 fans will have to keep looking for workarounds due to the untamed glitches.

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