Dec 03, 2016 07:24 PM EST

‘The Sims 4’ News & Update: Latest Patch Offers New Items & Fixes, Plus A New DLC Is Coming Next Week

"The Sims 4" has released the notes to its latest patch, which reveals that players will be enjoying new items as well as fixes and improvements to the game. Furthermore, the game will also be releasing its "Vintage Glamour Stuff" pack on December 6.

"The Sims 4" publisher Electronic Arts released the game's latest patch notes and said that they have updated the "Holiday Celebration Pack" with new objects. Players can now enjoy a holiday table, fireplace, nutcracker, and a centerpiece.

The note patch also revealed that players will be getting a "fun little object called the Holiday Cracker." The publisher, though, didn't mention what the players will be getting inside, opting to make it a surprise for players to find out when they update to the latest patch.

In addition to new items, the latest patch will also be fixing several of the game's issues such as the residential lot becoming a generic lot when placed from The Gallery and the memory usage increasing whenever a song is being previewed in the options panel. For a complete list of the fixes and improvements in "The Sims 4," click on this link.

Aside from the latest patch, "The Sims 4" will also be releasing its latest DLC, "The Vintage Glamor Stuff" pack, on December 6. According to "The Sims" official website, the new pack will be themed in the golden age of Hollywood.

This means players will be getting items, decorations and fashion themes related to that era. Items like the vanity table, the 16th Century Monte Vista Globe Bar, and for the first time, a Butler NPC will be available.

Players can hire the Butler to let him do what the player's Sims character doesn't want to do. It's important to note, though, not to abuse the Butler as he can sabotage items. These updates show that EA is concentrating on improving "The Sims 4" for its players.

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