This year, The Sims 4 has introduced tons of additional content for players to mess around with. In addition to Get to Work and the upcoming Get Together expansion, there have also been several stuff packs such as Luxury Party Stuff and Cool Kitchen Stuff. Many thought that that would be it, but earlier this month The Sims 4 Spooky Stuff was mentioned on the LinkedIn page of a localisation tester.
The leak from the tester wasn’t the only thing that hinted at Halloween themed content though, as files for creepy items were added to the game all the way back in November, 2014 but they lay dormant with no explanation. So it’s not a huge surprise that EA has now officially announced The Sims 4 Spooky Stuff pack, with the new DLC set to be released next week.