THE SIMS 4 COTTAGE LIVING#thesims #sims4 #cottage
Hello, dear friends!
Today I decided to make a post about the newest Sims 4 expansion, called "Cottage Living". As you may have guessed from the title, the focus on the expansion is to introduce a cottagecore lifestyle to the Sims' world. The Sims characters can now raise farm animals and grow their own food! And all of it can happen in a new world, called Henford-on-Bagley, a beautiful small village.
The expansion pack introduces several new animals: cows, llamas (for the first time in the series!), chickens, roosters, hens, wild foxes and bunnies. Unfortunately, Sims cannot adopt foxes or bunnies, but they can interact with them normally.
Hens, roosters and chickens are some of the animals introduced in this new expansion pack. They function just the way they do in real life. Sims can use the hatched eggs to prepare food or to sell them.
My sim, Scarlett Rosenthal, is pictured taking care of Bessie - the family cow. Children can now help their families with chores.
The new expansion pack introduces new activities for Sims. Pictured here is Elliah Rosenthal, the matriarch of the family. She is practising cross-stitching. Next to her is her son George, who is having a snack. The expansion pack features other activities as well, such as cooking together and having picnics and expands the gardening options.
A wild bunny - one of the new animals introduced in this pack. Bunnies are not animals that can be adopted or purchased to be taken care of, unfortunately.
George is pictured here, interacting with the wild bunny. He has built a high enough relationship with the animal and can even sing to it, which builds a singing skill.
Thank you for reading my post! I hope you enjoyed it and I hope you consider playing "The Sims 4: Cottage Living" sometime!