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The Sims 4 Spooky Stuff is Coming to Console

This pack will leave your Sims screaming.

There’s something happening in the air these days, and it’s not just the impending crisp fall breeze. It’s the promise of a season so scary, so terrifying, so . . . Sims! We’re eerily happy to announce that The SimsTM 4 Spooky Stuff* is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 2, 2018 and it comes with everything you need to plan a perfectly haunted holiday.

Wondering what’s included in this pack? Well, to start the eerie action, you can transform your Sim’s home with scream-inducing decorations like creepy paintings, spider webs, and lots of tattered furniture. Want to temporarily – or permanently – turn your Sim’s home into a house of horrors? This pack has you covered.

There are also two new gameplay objects: the mischievous Spooky Candy Bowl (complete with some surprising animations) and a Pumpkin Carving Station. Your Sims can make a festive work of squash that will leave their neighbors green with envy. If that’s not enough to send a chill up your Sim’s spine, ghost Sims can take a candle-lit pumpkin, put it on their head, and haunt up the night.

If you’re looking to throw a Spooky Party – a party type that’s included in this pack – you can do just that. Besides all the wicked decorations, there are also three yummy recipes, depending on how you look at it: An Eyeball Cheese Plate, Zombie Cake, and Spooky Cookies. Sims can even ask their guests for party treats, though don’t be surprised if they play a trick on your Sim instead.

All right, on to the best part: costumes. To get your Sims in a scary mood, they can dress up as Pirates, Ninjas, Super Llamas, Fairies, and more. There are awesome options for the whole family! Of course, these costumes aren’t restricted to use at Spooky Parties, either – if you want to dress your Sim like a Witch year-round, have at it.

So, are you dying to throw a party? The Sims 4 Spooky Stuff comes to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 2. Check out The Sims 4 Forums, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, like us on Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Sign up for The Sims 4 newsletter to get updates, exclusive offers, and more (including other EA news, products, events, and promotions) by email!

*Requires The Sims 4 game on applicable platform (sold separately) and all game updates to play.

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