From pesky demon children to the occasional nudity, The Sims has had more than a few noteworthy malfunctions among the long history of the simulation video game series.
However, the latest fake stomach-stimulating questions are sure to spark an utterly awkward family conversation.
Sims 4 players recently reported that after the game’s free update on July 26, which added new features such as body hair and new needs and concerns, some in-game characters are now in the process of searching for their family members, Kotaku mentioned.
players on reddit and others platforms He started sharing the horror frantically shots Via social media, calling out the inappropriate Incest desires Which causes the mother, brother and sister characters to lust for each other.
Weird bugs can also cause your characters to automatically age quickly to the next stage of their lives after just a few minutes of playing.
“I opened a house and played for 10 minutes and when I came back to my house, everyone was old. The kids are teens and young adults are almost as old,” one of the players stated in Sims community site.
Last week, a representative of the decades-old video game series published by Electronic Arts issued a statement about unexpected errors on the official. Sims Twitter account.
“Hey Sims! We are currently investigating cases involving Sims auto-aging on saves with short or long lifetimes. We recommend playing pause or creating new saves with ‘normal’/defaults, as we work on a solution.”
Quality designer from The Sims 4 Live Operations team passing by Simgurnik We also followed up on Twitter about the unintended side effects, writing, “I just wanted to acknowledge that wanting to date a family member is something we know, we’ve reinvented ourselves, and we’re working on it.”
“We’re looking forward to fixing it ASAP, thanks for all the bug reports, we appreciate that,” he added.
A recent update to the popular game also added an option for players Choose their pronounsincluding they / they, he / she / she.
HuffPost has reached out to Electronic Arts for further comments.