There is tons of other stuff that the developers have cooked up for this year’s Halloween. One of them is a Spooky Candy Bowl which should be similar to the ones that have a mechanical hand grabbing you, whenever you reach for some candy.
There is a Pumpkin Carving Station as well, through which Sims can make Halloween art and create a jack-o’-lantern. Ghost Sims will be able to take your illuminated creation, place it on their heads and participate in the ongoing Halloween celebrations.
In the meantime, Lucy Bradshaw, the Maxis Boss is reportedly leaving the company according to an EA announcement. Executive Producer of The Sims 4, Rachel Franklin will be replacing her at Maxis. Maxis will continue to work on The Sims along with some other projects without her and it will now be operating under the EA Mobile Label.
Bradshaw issued a statement which was received by Polygon from an EA Representative. It reads as follows: “I’ve had a wonderful journey at EA and Maxis, filled with amazingly creative people, unforgettable experiences and an inspiring community of players and creators. I have the highest regard for EA’s leadership today, their vision and their focus on putting players first. I leave knowing that Maxis is in great hands with a leader and teams who are full of respect for our players, passion for our games, and new ideas to bring to the world of Maxis gamers. I look forward to seeing what’s next from these incredible teams, I’ll certainly be playing.”
Stay tuned for more updates on The Sims 4!