Latest The Sims 4 patch brings terrain tools, first-person camera and new career, available for download

Electronic Arts has released a brand new major update for The Sims 4 that introduces terrain tools, adds a first-person camera viewpoint, brings a new career, as well as additional basement levels and half wall heights.

Going into more details, with the newly introduced Terrain Tools gamers will be able to “build hills or dig ditches on their lot to their heart’s content.” Players can access these new tools in Build Mode, (they are located in the same place where Terrain Paints previously existed).

Thanks to the new Career that this new update brings to the table, players will start off small by observing fads and reporting on the latest trends, but it won’t be long before they are defining new looks that are worn by Sims all around town, or giving makeovers to help other Sims look on fleek.

This patch also comes with numerous bug fixes, new clothing and objects, adds a new limited time event called Positivity Challenge, a First Time User Experience feature and more. You can find the enormous changelog for this latest The Sims 4 update here.

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